It’s the third week of Promptober. How are you doing? I’ve still behind. This week I thought we’d try prompts based on one word. Today’s it’s chaos. Advertisements
We started the week with a first line so let’s finish it out with a last line which is- That’s all I have to say.
For today’s prompt create a story that features a house just like this one in the photo.
Ever had one of those weeks where you feel like you’ve done a lot, but you’ve got nothing to show for it? I think it’s because I’ve been planning future projects and not working on current ones. Well actually, one present thing I did checked off my to do list was publish another class in my freelance writing…
Pick a song you love, select your favorite line from it and write a story using it..
Let’s use a fairy tale for today’s prompt. Do you have a favorite one you can revamp or put a new spin on?
I thought we’d use a saying for today’s prompt and it’s- Looking for a needle in a haystack. (Maybe your character says it or has lost something).
Today’s prompt focuses on a weather event. Your story should feature something to do with rain.
Madeline McEwan is back with another humorous post about what it means to be a writer (and her sketches)… Terminology Pro and Con – This idiom is taken from the Latin: pro for “for” and con for “against.” Pro and Ant – [do not muddle with Pro and Con] Protagonist [hero] – the main character in a…
Here we are at week two. How are you doing? Written any good stuff? Anything you can use for a novel? Feel your writing endurance level going up? Let’s kick off this week with a first line prompt which is- I’m sorry What is your character sorry for?