Why the heck is this sad clown sitting in the front seat of a roller coaster? Write the photo’s backstory in this fun writing prompt exercise.
Wrong Recipient is a timed, writing prompt exercise that asks the writer to imagine receiving a confidential email by mistake while sitting in a public place. Set your timer and get writing!
If you were unlucky, like me, you had a teacher along the way that told you two spaces after a period is right. They were wrong. You are now wrong. It’s time to take serious action and fix it! Don’t be like me, learn your lesson now.
Writing Exercise: Who lives here? Take 30 minutes to give a full outline of the character that lives in this specific space. This writing prompt doesn’t need a story line and keeps you focused on character development instead.
Prophecy: An inspired utterance of a prophet. A prediction of something to come. Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to set a timer for 30 minutes and write a fictional story that centers around the definition for the word ‘Prophecy’. As noted …