Here’s something a little different for you to bite into, a strange and wonderful situation. It should make your creative juices sit up and take notice! Now, set your timer for 10-15 minutes, read the situation, and start writing! What … Continue reading
Today we have a sentence to start your imagination humming, something really weird for your muse to chomp on. Set your timer for 10 or 15 minutes, read the sentence below, and start writing. Let the words flow and just … Continue reading
Here’s a little something for those who write memoir/creative nonfiction. It can also jump-start your fiction story telling, too. Have fun with it! Write about losing someone you love.
Here’s a sentence to start you off. You know the rules: set your timer for 10 or 15 minutes, start off with the Prompt Sentence, and start to write. No thinking, no crossing off, just write! Ready? Go! Damn, why … Continue reading
Here’s a sweet photo to start you off today. What’s the story here? What do you see in this photo that makes you want to write?
Here’s a fun, weird little situation that will make your creativity sit up and take notice. Set your timer for 10 to 15 minutes, start to write, and see what your subconscious pulls up! You go to a street fair … Continue reading
Today we put Tony Piazza, author of the critically acclaimed Tom Logan series, on the hot seat of questions. What he reveals just may surprise you! Ready, Tony? Go! Author Tony Piazza What in your writing have you dropped along … Continue reading
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
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…