What brought this little astronaut to be on this bench? Only you know why! This little astronaut has a past and you’re the key to revealing the backstory. Who is this spaceman? Is he/she even human? Does he/she have parents… actually, how old is he/she?! …
The Underwater City creative writing exercise is a timed writing prompt that asks you to fill in the blanks behind the digital art image of a city underwater. The only rules are use the included photo and keep your writing time to under an hour!
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 …