It’s the last Wednesday in October so that means the last of our image and a line from a story, prompts. Here’s the final image And the line is- It’s all your fault we missed our connecting flight. 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…
For this week’s prompt, it’s all about one sentence which you have to fit into your short story. It can be placed anywhere and can even be part of a character’s dialogue. That sentence is- The road less traveled. Have fun and happy writing.
This week your prompt focuses on a character who is about to take their first music lesson. Is it a child? A teenager? Or someone who decides to try something new later in life? What instrument are the attempting to play? Have fun and happy writing.
Thanks for all the feedback about the strange object prompt from last week…seems you loved the idea. Here’s the second one and I hope it also ignites your creativity. Have fun and happy writing.
The last video prompt and it’s all about the city. Does your character travel to a big city for the first time? Why are they going there? Do they get lost? Do they find something unexpected? Overhear something? Maybe they rent one of the bikes. Have fun and happy writing. [wpvideo g8vRfRqG]
Enjoying the video prompts? I have another one for you. Where is this man walking to? Is he about to confront someone? Heading to ask someone to marry him? Is he lost maybe? So much you can do with this one, so have fun and happy writing. [wpvideo G5glBSh3]
Another video as a writing prompt. This time it’s the snowy road to somewhere. Is your character the driver, the passenger? Maybe the person who lives at the end of this road and someone’s about to stop by? Is it an innocent visit or maybe something sinister is about to take place? Remember to press…
Here we are at the second part of the month long character writing prompt. This character now joins the story that you started writing last week. Who are they and what’s their connection to last week’s female character? Are they related? Even about to meet for the very first time? Have fun and…
This week’s prompt centers around this photo. Pick two people to use as your characters and begin your story with some dialogue. What opening line does one of these characters say to the other one? You might even conclude the story with dialogue from the other character. Have fun and happy writing.