I'm gonna do NaNoWriMo. I swear.
I've decided I'm going to use it as a way of breaking my fear of "[crappy] first drafts."
It's going to be complete brainsludge, utter nonsense, a completely spontaneous mess. I'm going to write as close to every day as I can, and each day will likely be something completely new and unrelated to what's gone on before.
I'm tempted to start each entry with the same sentence. Example: "I was working bar one night, when..."
You know? That could be kinda fun.
SO: Here's your assignment, faithful PBB readers--What should my intro line for each entry be? Keep it open-ended enough that I could actually write 30 different stories from it. Or don't, and make my job more difficult.
It doesn't have to be a whole sentence either. Maybe a phrase, or a theme. Get creative.
And I promise I'll use one of them (or one I come up with).
I'll choose the winner on Monday.