Some of the best things happen when we juxtapose things that don’t go together. Surprises can be fun. Set your timer for 10 minutes. Start with, “I wouldn’t lie to you.” Use these words or phrases as part of what … Continue reading
Here’s a sentence to start you muse humming. What do you see in this sentence? What will happen from this point? Who is, or will be, involved? Let your imagination run wild while your timer counts down those 10 or … Continue reading
Here’s an interesting nature photograph that will start your creative juices flowing. What do you see in it? Something human, natural, otherworldly? What made this tree what it is? What is it reaching for? What would it say if it … Continue reading
Here’s a fun opening phrase to start off your Hump Day! It should give you plenty to think and write about. Set that timer and get to work, letting those words flow… The ball bounced three times before it….
Here’s a wonderful photograph by author/photographer Dennis Eamon Young. It’s sure to start ideas leaping you your head! Set that timer and get to work, letting the words flow onto the page… Night Herons, buy Dennis Eamon Young
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
by: Meggedy Mags Redecorating the Hours One of the first lessons humans need to learn is that the house is yours, not theirs. They are merely caretakers for you. This gives you the right, and the obligation, to rearrange the … Continue reading
Today, we have an interesting picture for you to set your muse free on. What will you come up with? What story do you see here in this photograph? Set your timer for 15 minutes and start writing! What’s My … 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