Sitting in a diner, seeking inspiration to touch a darkness inside herself, to create something truly twisted and bold for the final story she will turn in to Mr. Kremonte, Savannah Simmons makes up stories using those around her as characters.
But could her creative words somehow change those very sources of inspiration into the characters she creates? Find out in a tale that truly lets the animals out of the cage of one girl’s darkest Inspiration.
Savannah Simmons has always been a talented writer, so talented in fact that she already has a full writing scholarship to a prestigious upstate university. But she still wants to go all out for her final writing assignment in Mr. Kremonte’s advanced fiction writing class… and going all out might take Savannah into a starring role in her own stories.
Encouraged by Mr. Kremonte to let her imagination go, to go bold, extreme, to change the very world around her with her words, Savannah heads over to her favorite spot when in need of a little creative inspiration… the local small-town diner.
She’s always been a smart quiet girl, withdrawn, and frequently trapped in her own imagination. But the words will have to flow from a new spot within her to make this fiction writing completely new, absolutely extreme, and with a bold uncensored style that Mr. Kremonte has assured her she has within her.
The diner has provided inspiration any number of times, mostly the random assortment of other customers, the friendly waitress, just a place to observe and feel the creative juices flowing, making up stories about those she sees. Yet after Mr. Kremonte suggested she touch the darkness inside herself, use struggles, stress, and the deviance of decadence all true artists with words kep hidden from the world, she wants to write something truly unique… something beyond inspiration, beyond twisted and torturous. Savannah wants to write stories that will shock even the most lurid reader.
And that is how she finds herself making up a twisted story about a man who isn’t a man, but a transformational creature who can change others around him into all manner of animals like his dark soul. That is how she finds herself writing about the waitress in a way that would shock that poor waitress, turned into a cow by her creative words. And that is how she finds herself rewriting the obviously unhappy bickering couple at the diner into a man and his sex doll.
But will all of her stories somehow converge into a reality bending journey that even Savannah herself can’t escape from? Will she go too dark and too deep within her talented young mind to ever return? Or is this all merely fiction… because what real danger could fiction possibly play to forever change one’s mind and body?
Readers Choice Month teaches a lesson in writing, where a deviant sexy fate is one part imagination and all the rest… Inspiration.
Koming next… That dress is… special…