It’s the last Wednesday of September which means the final prompt using the theme of change the genre. For this final one, that’s make it the most popular of the genres, and you guessed it, it’s romance. What romantic story can you create using this image? Have fun and happy writing.
Continuing with our theme for September. Here’s the image again, and this time, let’s make the story a literary one. This might be the perfect exercise for anyone who wants to stray outside their comfort zone…yes, that’s probably all of us genre writers! Have fun and happy writing.
It’s September, four writing prompts this month so how about using an image, the same image each week but a different genre each time? Sound like fun? Sound like a challenge? Here’s the image and this week, the chosen genre is mystery. Have fun and happy writing.
Let’s round out the month of August prompts with the final element and it’s fire. Lots of stories that you can use, a house fire, forest fire, fire at a campsite. Have fun and happy writing.
Continuing with the elements for our August prompts. This week it’s earth. It could actually be planet earth…sci-fi story maybe? Or it could feature something to do with earth/dirt. Maybe gardening is your character’s hobby. Maybe they’re burying something or digging it up? Have fun and happy writing.
Continuing with our natural elements theme for the month. This week it’s wind. Maybe it’s about a tornado, a hurricane or just a windy day. Perhaps something blows away or blows into the yard of your character. Have fun and happy writing.
I’ve been posting writing prompts for a long time and coming up with something just a tad different gets harder each year. However, after some brainstorming, I thought we’d try using some earth, natural elements for themes of this month’s stories. This week it’s water. Water…that could be the ocean, a lake, a stream, or…
Our final prompt for July. Our last saying is- No use crying over spilt milk Who says this, your main character or does someone say this to the main character and what are they referring to? And remember this could even be the title of the story too. Have fun and happy writing.
Continuing with our month long prompts based on sayings, this week it’s Don’t judge a book by its cover. Who says this, are they referring to themselves or another character? This might be the title of the story, a line of dialogue or even the theme. Have fun and happy writing.