Writing Prompt Day!

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Hello, everyone. I’m a little hesitant to do this, because I’m not sure if anyone will actually participate. But here we go. Above is a picture. What is it a picture of? A tree. Sounds boring, right? It’s a good thing we are writers! What I’m hoping is that you lovely people can write a short story or a scene behind what is happening here. Submit your story in the comment section below. Whoever gets the most likes on their story will get theirs posted on the blog. In the event of no likes, I will choose my favorite. And in the event that no one writes a story for this image . . . then this will be very awkward, and I’ll never do this again.

I realize you may be very busy writing your own book right now. I just thought this might be a fun way to take a break while still writing. Maybe you could even incorporate it into your book. You never know!

So take a moment to have fun. Your story could be two sentences. It could be a hundred. Just have it posted by this Saturday.

If no one responds, I’ll do a secondary post. But otherwise, I’ll see you guys next Tuesday for an interview with writer Stephanie Smith 🙂

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2 thoughts on “Writing Prompt Day!

  1. Jill Jerkins says:

    He held his breath as the silver edges of the moonlight broke across the tops of the ruins and spilled to the floor. This was it. Everything he had been waiting for for thirty years. He froze for a moment when the moon illuminated nothing but the broken stones at the center of the courtyard. All for nothing, his mind wept. Then he saw the spark. A tiny illumination in the crack of stones. He stepped forward but his steps were halted by the beautiful growth before him. The spark changed and grew and twisted. One flame became six became twelve, became thirty, all twisting together and winding in a blaze of silvery trails until before him stood a brilliant blazing tree made of white fire and moonlight. The entire courtyard warmed in its light.
    “Oh Helen, I made it, honey” he cried. And the tree glowed brighter.

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