End of the World

Want to write a dystopian novel? Need some ideas? I’ve got plenty. Since I started taking Zyrtec I’ve had nothing but elaborate, well-plotted, end of the world nightmares. Each is an individual epic. No two are alike. If I give them all to you maybe I can get some sleep.

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Author: Virginia DeBolt

Writer and teacher who writes blogs about web education, writing practice, and pop culture.

2 thoughts on “End of the World”

  1. Too easy to go to the dark place. Easier today than yesterday. Probably a snap next week as Americans imagine the horror of tilted healthcare landscape. Old people like me are anxious about their day to day options as doctors, medicines move beyond their reach. Some have an end of the world scenario in mind. Myself? Holding tight. Waiting by the phone. Ready to answer the call for utopia.

  2. Pierre dreamed each scene in vivid detail, from beginning to end of a story. He rushed to his laptop each morning, and the day he finished the story, the ending materialized. Tomorrow night, he knew he would dream the final scene of the end of the world.

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