Inventive Writing Prompt Round-up #26
Here we are once again, at Saturday. How does that keep happening? Its a miracle. And here are your prompts for the week. Remember, for a dose of daily inspiration, check out my Tumblr blog, where I post a new prompt every day (except for the rare occasion when I forget). Happy writing!
#177 The wind howled and the rain poured down. She stared out at the falling water, mesmerized. It reminded her of the time that…..
#178 It’s Martin Luther King day. Write about freedom. What does it mean to you? Your character? For some it is a very high value( i.e., having freedom to set your own schedule, do the work you want, etc.), others, not so much. Where do you fall on the spectrum?
#179 Write about a time when the clock ticked so slowly you thought you’d die of boredom. Now write about a time when the minutes flew by—and you actually wanted them to slow down.
#180 That shiver of dread. Because, when she looked out the window, she saw….
#181 Family, love it or hate it—either way, it shapes us. Is your character (or you) part of a close-knit family, or one that could care less about each other? How did this affect him or her growing up? How does it affect him now?
#182 She got so damn mad at herself when she wasted time that way, which was often.
#183 You're sitting in a booth in a bar, working on your laptop. A man and a woman sit in the booth next door and you hear them argue.
"You always want to do such stupid things," she says.
"But at least I'm not a stick-in-the-mud like you," he answers back.
Write the rest of their argument.