Writing Prompt Wednesday #10

Writing Prompt Wednesdays

Reply with a book title based on the photograph below.

If it gets your creative juices flowing, don’t stop there – keep writing! Feeling brave? Share a link to your writing in the comments below. We’d love to read them!

Ready. Set. GO!

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Writing Prompt Wednesday #9

Writing Prompt Wednesdays

You know the drill!

Write the title for a book based on this photograph.

Add it to the comments below or tweet it HERE.

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Writing Prompt Wednesday #6

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Imaginary bonus points if you can come up with an book title / idea that’s not YA or Romance. 😉 Not sure I can, but you guys are amazing. Surprise me!

Let hear those titles!

Write the title for a book based on this photograph.

Add it to the comments below or tweet it HERE.

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Writing Prompt Wednesday #4

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I’ve got another great picture to get your creative juices flowing.

Write the title or opening sentence for a book based on this photograph.

Add it to the comments below or tweet it HERE.

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Y’all are so creative I love to see where your minds take you!

Writing Prompt Wednesday #3

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In honor of all things back to school and me being married to a teacher, here’s your writing prompt image for this week. Same rules as always…

Write the opening sentence or title for this book.

Add it to the comments below or tweet it HERE.

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Can’t wait to see what you come up with!

Writing Prompt Wednesdays #1

Write, Writing Prompt Wednesdays

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Even the best writers need some help getting their creative juices flowing. When you get stuck, try one of my writing prompts to get your ideas churning again.

Here’s how it work:

  1. Every Wednesday I’ll give you a photo or a “Who, What, When, Where, How” scenario for you to use as your writing prompt…. BUT… some of the information will be missing.
  2. Fill in the blanks as you write.
  3. Post your story on your blog by Friday and share a link to it in the comments below (or don’t, but still write!)
  4. Tweet this post to help your fellow writers.

Let’s get crack-a -lackin’

Writing Prompt #1

iphone-518101_960_720WHO:  Teenager

WHAT:  Found a cell phone with their picture as the lock screen.

WHEN: ?

WHERE: In their car.

HOW: It started ringing when they got in the car.

Ready, set, WRITE!

Don’t forget to add a link to your blog in the comments below.