Monthly Archives: April 2015

Wednesday Writing: 29th April 2015

The idea of Wednesday Writing is to give you a prompt to write…anything! It can be a 100-word story; it can be a poem; it can be the trigger for the next section in your stalled novel; it can be for the plot of your next work. Sit down and write whatever comes out of your head!

This week’s prompt is a phrase:

“I did, once upon a time. Then I learned the truth.”

Wednesday Writing: 22nd April 2015

The idea of Wednesday Writing is to give you a prompt to write…anything! It can be a 100-word story; it can be a poem; it can be the trigger for the next section in your stalled novel; it can be for the plot of your next work. Sit down and write whatever comes out of your head!

This week’s prompt is from Rosalarian.

mountain climbing

Also, if you’ve into comics/manga (or just damn good stories), I highly recommend Yu&Me: Dream.

 

Wednesday Writing: 15th April 2015

The idea of Wednesday Writing is to give you a prompt to write…anything! It can be a 100-word story; it can be a poem; it can be the trigger for the next section in your stalled novel; it can be for the plot of your next work. Sit down and write whatever comes out of your head!

This week’s prompt is by Gail Albert Halaban. The series is called Out Of My Window, and I would highly recommend checking out the rest if you like the one below.

Gail Albert Halaban Out My Window 1

Wednesday Writing: 8th April 2015

The idea of Wednesday Writing is to give you a prompt to write…anything! It can be a 100-word story; it can be a poem; it can be the trigger for the next section in your stalled novel; it can be for the plot of your next work. Sit down and write whatever comes out of your head!

This week’s prompt is a phrase:

“Yeah, I joined them. You got a problem with that?”

Wednesday Writing: 1st April

The idea of Wednesday Writing is to give you a prompt to write…anything! It can be a 100-word story; it can be a poem; it can be the trigger for the next section in your stalled novel; it can be for the plot of your next work. Sit down and write whatever comes out of your head!

This week’s prompt is not an April Fool, but is cute…unfortunately my Google-fu has failed and I can’t find a source for the photographer! Please contact us if you know?

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