[Writing Prompt] A February Story


It’s February.

February Sunset

What does it mean to you? Shortest month? Leap year? Darkness and winter? Summer in the southern hemisphere?

Write A February Story

Tips

What might “February” mean to an old woman? A young man? A kid whose birthday is in Feb?

Might you write a story with a sentence for each day in February? A 28-sentence story? (or maybe 29)

What unexpected stories could you tell, with a theme of “February”?

 

The Rules:

  • You should use the prompt in your story (however tenuous the connection).
  • You must write the story in one 24 hr period – the faster the better.
  • Post the story in the comments — if you’re brave enough.
  • Find something nice to say about someone else’s story and leave a comment. Everybody needs a little support!

Optional Extras:

Share this challenge on Twitter or Facebook

Some tweets/updates you might use:

Don’t miss my short story: February #WriteOnWed #storyaday http://storyaday.org/wow-february

This week’s #WriteOnWed short story prompt is February! #storyaday http://storyaday.org/wow-february

Come and write with us! #WriteOnWed #storyaday http://storyaday.org/wow-february

See my story – and write your own, today: February at #WriteOnWed #storyaday http://storyaday.org/wow-february

The Write On Wednesday story prompts are designed to prompt quickly-written stories that you can share in the comments. It’s a warm-up exercise, to loosen up your creativity muscles. Come back every Wednesday to see a new prompt or subscribe.

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4 thoughts on “[Writing Prompt] A February Story”

  1. Just letting you know that I wrote a flash fiction based on your prompt, and have since submitted to a contest. Once I find out the results, I’ll come back and fill you in. But I wanted to thank you for the prompt. I got a lot of positive feedback on it from the writers’ website I frequent, and the story would never have been written if weren’t for your February prompt.

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