I found this writing prompt and it certainly helped pull me out of my creative slump. Hopefully the story is just as entertaining.
"Opening up the daily paper, you decide to catch up on the local news. When you check the crime log, you notice a familiar name: yours. The log says you’re wanted for a crime you didn’t commit. Suddenly, you hear three loud knocks on the door, followed by a man yelling, “Police! Open up!” What did the paper say and how are you going to get out of this?"
He went to extreme lengths to cover up his past and change his identity.
He moved out to a small village in England to lead a simple life as a mechanic.
He doesn’t think about the things he’s done.
He doesn’t take the gun from its hiding place.
A series of Polaroids taken ten years previously bring back memories of the past.
A voice whispers down his phone line.
His only friend vanishes 24 hours after a picture of her slips through his letter box.
Someone does not want him to live in peace.
Someone is intent on luring him back to where it all began in 1867.
To find them, he must travel the roads he once haunted.
He must return to Gallows Walk.
It's a 100 issue mini series taking you for a ride through the apocalypse in the eyes of myself, as well as a few others in a fight for survival against the undead, and much much worse.
The idea is to have this turned into a comic format, not to copy Robert kirkmans story but to create my own, originally based in his world, I decided to go about it in my own undead world. Enjoy the show.
ROUGH COPIES ONLY
What would you do if you were offered a sum of money to look after a brief case for two days? There could be anything in the case but the money would make your life so much easier. What harm could taking the money and the case do? Couldn't hurt could it?
(Original idea from Minding the Box by Hullabaloo22, Cheers!)
Jackson never meant to get so close to the nuclear plant. But when he saw the strange green crystal under heavy guard, he just had to know what it was. Next thing he knew, he was whisked away into a secret society underground with strange and dangerous powers now under his care. Why was he chosen to bear such a terrible responsibility? Why is he supposed to protect... them? And how can he ever become the hero he's expected to be?
Newlyweds, Lorrie and David, both ex-spec ops, are on their first industrial espionage mission.
Armed patrols, Great Whites, ex-military opponents, boreal forest---and holograms are a few of the obstacles to a successful result.
Lorrie and David, both ex-special ops---and newlyweds---are in he middle of their violent, action-packed first industrial espionage mission. Just when it seems the action will let up and give them time to regroup, more dangers appear; like two Great Whites, and provides more call for their special training---and their icy nerves.
It's late August and Jody Simpson is excited that her best friend Teri Morgan is coming in for the weekend from Atlanta. The two used to be cheerleaders ten years ago at McHale Central High School in Columbus, Ohio, and plan to attend the first football game of the season. They then intend to hit some of the hot nightclub spots in the city for some dancing and fun and spend the weekend together.
But their plans go terribly wrong when a gang of punk-clad teen girls mistake them for a couple of biker chicks who've sold drugs at their school. The girls soon march the women into the woods toward the end of the game, intending to end all drug sales from biker women at their high school.
In another struggle-for-survival thriller, as in the previous "Cowgirl Down" and "The Initiation" series, Jody tries to escape and survive the sinister intentions of the girls after the huge girl leader severely beats and drowns her friend. But in order to survive she must first cross the Scioto River and scale the banks and woods alongside it, avoiding the strong currents and dam. Brutal confrontations with two much larger girls will determine Jody's fate in the end.