I don’t often give you a traditional ‘story starter’ kind of prompt, but today that’s exactly what I’m doing. I’m really curious to see what everyone does with this one!
This is one of my favorite writing prompts of all time – because you don’t have to worry too much about coming up with a plot, just messing with one.
For more resources take a look at the blog post for this prompt.
Today you’re going to tell the story of a painting (literally or otherwise). I have some suggestions for you, and, if you want to find the original blog post, with links to good sources of art, go here: http://storyaday.org/2016-18-painting/
Today’s prompt is to write a story based on a news headline. The caveat, of course, being that fiction, unlike real life, has to make sense!
Today’s Rescue Week prompt is to write a story that would fit on Twitter: 140 characters only! It’s not as easy as you think…
You did it! You’ve made it to week three! Congratulations. And don’t worry if things are getting harder this week. This is your RESCUE WEEK, full of prompts exclusively designed to help you over the hump.
Protagonists and Antagonists aren’t the only characters to turn up in your stories. Today we take a look at the sidekick’s role.
Today’s prompt uses the antagonist to show what the protagonist could be if only they were a little bit worse/braver/less moral.
Today we’re concentrating on character. You love your main character…just don’t let them be too perfect!
Today’s writing prompt is all about painting a vivid setting for your readers.