February 20th, 2020

My default

A bit of fluff

Once again, cornerofmadness worked her evil prompt wiles upon me...

Title: Insanity
Genre: Man from UNCLE
Rating: PG
Word Count: 309
Prompt: "Are you insane?” “Do you really want me to answer that?"

My thanks to cornerofmadness for granted me permission to use this prompt and to anyone who reads this because it's unbetaed. I apologize for all the mistakes....

“Are you insane?” Illya Kuryakin said, studying their target.

“Do you really want me to answer that?” Napoleon’s confidence usually came off him in waves, this time it was more of an anemic trickle. “We go in, get what we need and get out. Clean, easy, and simple.”

The spring breeze was soft on Illya’s face and he closed his eyes at the caress. At times like this, life seemed so sweet. “There’s no telling if we will even make it back out alive, much less successfully. They are vicious. I’ve heard of people being ripped apart, their clothes torn from them. They are experienced at hand-to-hand--”
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Jenny is listening to an interview with the writer of August Osage County and he said, "Everything I write takes a big chunk out of me. I'm empty after I write something."

Strangely, I don't feel that way when I write, but granted I'm not writing about a family memeber committing suicide. That started me to wonder.

How do you feel after you finish writing something - energize, empty, longing, or something else? I'm just curious.