We are coming up on a year of writing prompts--isn't it amazing what a passing fancy of an idea can produce if you set your mind to it? Plans are afoot to compile the entire year of them into a book–that's a little project for August, before I take off for Europe.
But in the meantime, I'm wondering what to do next: keep going with the prompt a day/weekly round-up? Or try something new. Ponder, ponder, ponder.
Anyway, here you go:
#350 The worst day of your life.
#351 What’s your alibi?
#352 Every step was painful, but still he walked, on and on. He had to, because ______.
#353 Write a scene featuring your protagonist arguing with another character about something he doesn’t want to do but knows he must.
#354 She watched the sun rise through the trees, lighting first the leaves, then everything around it. Usually the sunrise made her feel happy and hopeful, but not today.
#355 Write a story about a character who either forgets an important birthday or anniversary, or whose birthday or anniversary is forgotten.
#356 Write a scene with your character at her closet, trying to decide what to wear to a party.
There you go–have at it! And please weigh in on whether I should continue with the daily/weekly prompts or do something else.