Hello! Per the Academic Honesty Policy, no tutor can write your short story for you. However, I hope this helps.
Obscure – adjective; uncertain or undiscovered. Verb; to conceal
Looming – verb; appearing as a threatening form; something threatening is going to happen
Extradite – verb; hand someone who committed a crime over to the jurisdiction (place) so they face trial
Benign – adjective; mild, kind, not harmful
Agile – adjective; move quickly and easily
Blithely – adverb; shows improper indifference
Jaunty – adjective; lively, cheerful, and self-confident
Disclosure – noun; making new information known; a secret that is made public
Heretic – noun; a person who is at odds with what is generally accepted; someone who doesn’t conform, especially regarding religion
Torment – noun; severe suffering. Verb; causing someone else to suffer
Fervor – noun; intense heat or passion
Quizzically – adjective; behavior or look that shows confusement or amusement
Ominous – adjective; gives the impression that something unpleasant or threatening will happen
Incredulous – adjective; somebody acting as if they’re unable or unwilling to believe something
I suggest taking these terms and using them to decide what type of genre you want to write. Personally, I feel a crime drama would suit these terms. It is completely up to you, though. Write about whichever topic interests you. Then, focus on which are nouns, verbs, adverbs, and adjectives. This will help you know whether the words will describe your character’s behavior or actions.
Remember that stories can be as silly or as serious as you want. Go with your interests! As long as the words are used correctly, given the definitions provided, let your imagination fly.
I hope this helps, and good luck with your course!
- Kristen H.