Some opening sentences can set our minds spinning, especially if we have to finish the sentence. We end up being taken to places we might never think of on our own. But spurred by the Muse, off we go, perhaps … Continue reading
Here’s a prompt that’s rather appropriate since we’re in the “dead of winter” right now. It’s sure to start your creative juices flowing. Set that timer for 10, 15, or 20 minutes, and start to write! Where will this journey … 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 a strange little sentence to open your writing day. Where will it take you? What is the situation and why is it happening? Have fun with this one! Set your timer, 15-20 minutes, copy the opening sentence, and start … Continue reading
Here’s a sentence to start you off that should get your creativity rolling along. There are lots of places this one can take you. Set that timer for 15 or 20 minutes and start writing! Have fun! We only had … 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….
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 an opening line to start off your writing for Hump Day… Where will this one take you? You’ve got 10 minutes, so set that timer and begin! I was just a child when the old man died.
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.
This week’s prompt contains a word that means “the same”, “run of the mill”, “common”. Can you find the uncommon, the unusual in this exercise? You have 15 minutes — start writing! Meet me at the usual place.