Here’s an opening sentence that should help stretch your imagination. Set your timer for 10 minutes and begin writing! They never thought it would look like that.
Today I have the privilege of asking author Andrea Chmelik, who describes herself as a writer, speaker, activist, wine enthusiast, pickle elitist, and cat lover. I’ve asked her some questions about her writing and her writing process and she’s given … Continue reading
Nature can be one of the best idea creators. Here’s a photo of the sky that I took one day: is it daytime or night time? Is that the sun or the moon? Where is the red coming from? Is … Continue reading
When we think of a place, what most easily comes to mind is what we see. When asked to describe a particular place—an office building, for example—most of us will concentrate on what the building looks like: how big it … Continue reading
Another Wednesday, another prompt. Set your timer for 10 minutes and begin with the following: They gave him/her the wrong name and because of that…
Our guest today is author Rolynn Anderson, author of 10 published novels in the contemporary/mystery genres. They’re all page-turners, so if you haven’t yet read her, start today! She’s here to talk about what she does after she’s at her … Continue reading
Sometimes we see weird things along our way and wonder what was going on, how things got that way. Like the following photo of signs about road work. Why did these contradictory signs end up so close together? What does … Continue reading
My name is Meggidy Mags. This is the story of my life. I never thought this day would come. Everyone in the family told me to be patient, but I’ve been alive now for over four months and my supply … Continue reading
Sometimes when we enter the “zone,” things pop up in our stories that we don’t quite know what to do with. They skew the story we’ve planned into uncharted territory. Being able to allow the story to unfold on its … Continue reading
Here’s an image to jump-start your imagination. What does it say to you? What story do you see in its depths? Set your timer for 10 minutes and write!