Watch the eyes…

K.L. Caley shares a great way to write a short story… USE a writer’s quote as your inspiration! What an excellent idea! This is a MUST read! โค


โ€œDolls turn malignant late at night. They stare at you with those glassy eyes. I wonโ€™t say they are plotting, but I canโ€™t say they arenโ€™t.โ€ โ€“ Stephen King

Jessica rolled over and stared at the curtains, but that didnโ€™t help, now she couldnโ€™t see where they were looking or what they were doing. Giving up she turned back over. Had they moved again? She wasnโ€™t sure, but she thought they might have. Her sister was in the next room, she could go wake her, but that would involve another discussion of how 16-year-olds should not be afraid of dolls, a discussion she would rather not have again. Jessica had suggested to her mother that they get rid of them and her mother had been horrified, the dolls had been a gift from her grandma, how could she want rid of them?

Giving up Jessica got up, turned the lightโ€ฆ

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12 thoughts on “Watch the eyes…

  1. I have an old doll I found at an auction. One of my girls hated that doll when she was younger -always claiming she was evil. Funny how something once so wonderful can lose its beauty and turning into something frightening. Reminds me of my self.

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  2. Well Jessica, don’t be embarrassed, the eyes of some dolls creeped me out when I was in my thirties! I used to keep it in the next room when I went to sleep. ๐Ÿ™‚ the advantage a thirty years old have over a sixteen year old! We decide what stays in our bedroom!

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