DAY 22: Writing Prompt Wednesday In my prior roles as Team Lead and Writing Group Facilitator, I used writing prompts as a way to stimulate creativity. I handed out a photo prompt. Sometimes I asked everyone to write individually, while other times I split the team into pairs and asked them to come up withContinue reading “Day Twenty-Two of the 111 Day Writer’s Journey: Writing Prompt Wednesday”
In need of some creative inspiration? Use the images below to kindle your artistice side. What are you inspired to create?
Two strangers seated at the table. What happens next? Be creative! Have fun! Write!!!
Use the image above as creative inspiration. Draft a short story, poem, song, or in-depth article on open space conservation. Have fun and keep writing!
This week’s Writing Prompt Wednesday has gone to the dogs! Use the image above as creative inspiration. Draft a short story, poem, song, or letter to the editor about an animal cruelty. Most importantly, don’t self edit as you go. Just write!
Pick a country different than the one in which you currently reside and use it as creative inspiration. Make it the setting for a short story, song, or screenplay. Write a personal essay about why this particular location interests you. Draft a journalistic-style article about said location. Most importantly, don’t second guess your artistic ideas.Continue reading “Writing Prompt Wednesday: Location”
Write a story that features two characters. They could be living/dead, human/not, or biographical/fictional. There is no restriction on style or length. Just write! Remember to use #WritingPromptWednesday on social media to connect with others.
What does the image above inspire you to create? Write a short story, poem, song, essay, or piece of fan fiction. Let your imagination take hold without second-guessing where the words will take you. I’d love to read the finished works, so please comment below and share the link to your blog or website. If youContinue reading “Writing Prompt Wednesday: On Your Own”
Use the image below as inspiration for a story (fictional or non-fiction), and include all five senses (or more) when drafting your piece. Imagine that a set of red velour curtains are blocking your view. As they part, what do you see? Are you sitting in a theatre, clapping excitedly as the cast takes their final bows? Are you part ofContinue reading “Writing Prompt Wednesday: Curtain Calls”
Let’s change it up a bit for this week’s writing prompt! Use the image above as inspiration for a story (non-fiction or fictional), BUT take the following criteria into account when drafting your piece. Include one protagonist and one antagonist. One character is alive and one is dead. Choose a setting that you have not yetContinue reading “Writing Prompt Wednesday: Dead or Alive”