Inventive Writing Prompt Round-up #33
#226 Write about the worst weather you (or your main character) have ever experienced.
#227 After the best weekend ever, your main character now faces Monday morning. Does she drag her feet and stay suck in memories of the weekend, or does she let the momentum of her wonderful time carry her forward?
#228 When we are small children we spend a lot of time pretending—and then when we’re adults we learn to pretend in different ways. We pretend we are happy, for instance. Or we pretend we don’t care. What does your main character pretend about?
#229 Some people think it is boring, but consistency is often the key to success. How is your character consistent? Inconsistent? What are the results of these actions?
#230 What have you (or your protagonist) had to leave behind in your life?
#231 Knock wood, cross fingers, think things like if I finish loading the dishwasher before this song ends, I’ll get the job, or maybe something like if I don’t step on any cracks all the way to the corner, my new love will call. These are superstitions. Does your character indulge in them? Do you?
#232 When the rains came and washed it all away, she was glad, so glad.
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She’s dragging her feet. And, yes, the memories of the weekend suck. It’s Monday, and you can’t pretend it’s Christmas. Mondays are consistent . . . predictable.