Finding a topic for a story, then, needn’t be hard. Try your hand at this week’s prompt and remember to have fun (even if your story is dark and depressing): Use An Old Saying As A Title
Not every story has to be sparked by a deep desire you need to share with the world.
Every Cloud Has A Silver Lining! Photo by: Richard West
Sometimes we write for fun. Most people read to be entertained.
Finding a topic for a story, then, needn’t be hard. Try your hand at this week’s prompt and remember to have fun (even if your story is dark and depressing).
Use An Aphorism As A Title Tips
Today we’re stealing from the Beach Boys. Use their title to write an original story
Write A Story Titled “Good Vibrations”
You can write a Beach Boys-related story about surfing and California if you want.
Think about the ways you could use the words in the title — ways that have nothing to do with the original song.
Write 10 different ideas for plays on the words ‘good’ and ‘vibrations’
Write a story about a person who was influenced by (or grew up listening to) the song
Set the story somewhere completely unexpected (like 10,000 years in the future, on an alien moon colony), or under the sea.
What did you do with this prompt? How are you holding yup 23 days into the challenge? What do you need to get you to Day 31? Comment or talk about it in the community.
PICK A SONG TITLE AND USE IT AS YOUR STORY’S TITLE
this page quickly and pick a title that leaps out at you. Browse around a bit if you need to but use the rule of three: if you haven’t found something on the third page, tough. You’re stuck with it. Pick one and write the story.
Use the title as the title of your story. (It can be very, very tenuously connected to your story.)
Steal someone else’s title for your story