Writing Prompt 5

ready set writeNever forget to have fun with your writing. Every week we’ll post a prompt for you to use in any way you’d like. Be it a short story, flash fiction, something to start off an idea for a novel, or a poem; write what makes you happy. If you’d like to share your work, create a post to your website or blog and leave us a comment with the URL. Or, you’re welcome to keep it to yourself if you’d prefer.


This week’s prompt:

Tell a story in six words. 

My favorite one comes from Joss Whedon from this Nov 2006 Issue of Wired.

Gown removed carelessly. Head, less so.
Joss Whedon

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Writing Prompt: 4

ready set writeNever forget to have fun with your writing. Every week we’ll post a prompt for you to use in any way you’d like. Be it a short story, flash fiction, something to start off an idea for a novel, or a poem; write what makes you happy. If you’d like to share your work, create a post to your website or blog and leave us a comment with the URL. Or, you’re welcome to keep it to yourself if you’d prefer.


This week’s prompt:

Random Genre. Use a random number generator to pick a genre below (1-15). Write 500 words in that genre.

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Writing Prompt: 3

ready set writeNever forget to have fun with your writing. Every week we’ll post a prompt for you to use in any way you’d like. Be it a short story, flash fiction, something to start off an idea for a novel, or a poem; write what makes you happy. If you’d like to share your work, create a post to your website or blog and leave us a comment with the URL. Or, you’re welcome to keep it to yourself if you’d prefer.


This week’s prompt:

There’s a chair in the middle of the room. There’s considerable wear on everything but one arm. Show us who once owned it.

Writing Prompt: Week 2

ready set writeNever forget to have fun with your writing. Every week we’ll post a prompt for you to use in any way you’d like. Be it a short story, flash fiction, something to start off an idea for a novel, or a poem; write what makes you happy. If you’d like to share your work, create a post to your website or blog and leave us a comment with the URL. Or, you’re welcome to keep it to yourself if you’d prefer.


This week’s prompt:

An artist discovers that her special set of pencils is missing. What happened?

Writing Prompt: Week 1

“When a good writer is having fun, the audience is almost always having fun too.”
– Stephen King, Entertainment Weekly, Aug. 17, 2007

Never forget to have fun with your writing. Every week we’ll post a prompt for you to use in any way you’d like. Be it a short story, flash fiction, something to start off an idea for a novel, or a poem; write what makes you happy. If you’d like to share your work, create a post to your website or blog and leave us a comment with the URL. Or, you’re welcome to keep it to yourself if you’d prefer.


This week’s prompt:

Person, place, and thing – use all three.

Police
Coffee shop
Red robe