Continuing with our image and line of a story theme for the prompts. This is the image- The line this week is an inner thought of your character which is… He makes it look so easy. Have fun and happy writing.
October! Every month I try and come up with something different and decided we’d combine an image along with a line from the story. This first week, it’s this photo and let’s use an opening line which is dialogue between two characters. “I’ve never made anything besides toast, but I know I can do this.…
Continuing with our change the genre prompts of September. Here’s the image again and this week, let’s make it a Sci-Fi story. 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.
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 July’s theme of sayings, this week one of your characters has to say the following line. “That’s the best thing since sliced bread.” Who says it and what are they referring to? Have fun building a story around this line and happy writing.
Let’s kick off the May prompts with a story centered around a little furry creature. It can also be used as a character building exercise to figure out how he or she reacts in certain situations. Your character wakes up to find he or she is not alone. There’s a mouse in the house.…
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.
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.
This week, the prompt is all about lost treasure. Your character moves into a new home, decides to plant something in the garden, and while digging, unearth some coins. What are they? Are they valuable? What’s the date on them? What do they proceed to do with them and what’s the outcome? If you’re journalling,…