I’m not Inventor-y…

This week’s topic is a hard one for me because I’m not an inventor-y-type girl. I don’t even like to go to the beach, much less an island. If I got stuck on a deserted island, I’d probably be the first one the cannibals ate, anyway because, you know…I’m chubby! Lots of protein and fat.


So survival being the name of the game I’d need some kind of device that would be able to turn the water surrounding the island into water suitable to drink. It takes 3 minutes to die without air, 3 weeks without food and three days without water, so the water is a necessity. I know there are currently machines called desalinization thingies, but I’d need to be able to make this on the island from the raw materials around.

Don’t know how I’d do this, don’t have a clue where to being, but….that’s what I’d make. A thingie machine to make clean, drinkable water.

And then once that was off the drawing board and put into practice, I’d find a way to invent a pizza oven. Just saying. Food, you know?


Well, it’s uber obvious I’m not inventor-y, but maybe some of the other authors on this challenge are. Hop on over to their sites to see what they’ve come up with. And if it’s good, I’ll probably make arrangements to be deserted with them so I could survive.



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6 responses to “I’m not Inventor-y…

  1. Maureen Bonatch

    So I guess we can’t be stranded together or else we’ll both be doomed, lol.

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  2. I’d join you in the numbers of doomed writers who’d perish if dumped onto a deserted island. No way I’d survive.

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  3. Pizza oven? Check. Pizza ingredients? Uh. . .

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  4. Trevann Rogers

    Well, if we DID survive, imagine the stories we’d have!

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  5. Yup, I would fail at trying to invent most things. I’m not a fan of the beach either so it really would be a worse case scenario for me.


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