Category Archives: Writing prompt

Thursday photo prompt – The tunnel – #writephoto – Stepping Forward

They wanted to believe there was a light at the end of the tunnel. The nagging feeling of a few steps more and they would be out, free to roam, free to be themselves no longer looking over their shoulders, … Continue reading

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Tale Weaver #125: of the writerly persuasion 22.06.17 – Anyone Can Be A Writer

This week’s task: Weave a tale about a writer (real or fictional). Carstairs awoke in a cold sweat. In his mind, the word epiphany bounced from side to side. “I know what I’m to do with my life,” he heard … Continue reading

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Writespiration #121 52 Weeks in 52 Words Week 25 – Death

This week’s write: Your story from the point of view of Death personified. I’m so misunderstood. I want to be a beginning not an end. I feel so depressed. The old souls welcome me, feed up with living if you … Continue reading

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FFfAW Challenge-Week of June 20, 2017 – We Might Be Lucky

Image: Footy and Foodie. Dad sat glumly at breakfast. It was going to be another stinker of a day. Hot days were hard work on the farm. A year ago, on a day not unlike the one looming there had … Continue reading

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Twittering Tale #35 – 20 June 2017

Image: Photo by Tyler Hendy at pexels.com She said she’d meet me at the last table. I waited. It grew late. She didn’t show. Humiliation takes on a sad look. So many having fun. Not me. (139 characters) Written for: … Continue reading

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Wordle #160 – Mundane

This week’s words: Mundane Neat Vent Spine Wrapper La gaudiere (n.)) the glint of goodness inside people, which you can only find by sloshing them back and forth in your mind until everything dark and gray and common falls away, … Continue reading

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Saturday’s Mix–17 June 2017 – 17

I didn’t live at 17 Prime Street, but I wished I did. It was the best house on the street. A well-manicured house in which lived an even better-manicured family, the Quanders. Quincy, the father, sold cars and from all … Continue reading

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