2019 Day 15 -Feelings

How did you get on yesterday? Did you write a story?

Remember, set your own rules, and stick to them. If you miss a day, don’t try to catch up. Just keep moving forward!

The Prompt

Write A story in three different moods

This begins a week of prompts designed to get you to play with form.

Short stories are not mini-novels and they needn’t read that way.

Jump around between characters in this one. Jump around in time. Do whatever you need to, to give your story three distinct sections and three different emotions.

Make sure to make your characters sound like real people, not actors on a stage reading soliloquies.

Go!

Check back every day for more prompts, and don’t forget to come back and leave a comment to celebrate your writing successes, every day!

13 thoughts on “2019 Day 15 -Feelings”

    1. Marian, *loved* the story and definitely ‘borrowing’ Caturday!! Well, my brats make that a daily thing, but that might be another story…

  1. I’ve written about a wedding day as experienced by 3 different people but it all happens in one house. The emotions are very different ones. I only wrote 605 words so it does need refining and expanding.
    I quite like the idea I’ve had for this story but it needs lots more work in the future sometime

  2. Overall, tonight’s story is still very rough, but it did give me my favorite line I’ve written this challenge.

    “Their lips tasted of poison, and I drank deeply, seeking to kill in me that which you raised.”

  3. Wrote mine pen to paper tonight and found an interesting twist with some secondary characters. The title (to eventually be typed/posted) is “U-Turn.”

  4. Forgot to post yesterday, but I did write. I didn’t quite finish, but I did get 3 perspective. I had wanted to circle back to the first perspective for the ending, but didn’t get a chance. The title is Scenes on a Sunday and it is 3 different responses to the same situation.

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