Category: writing practice

prompt 983

I am the ominous black shape in your peripheral vision.

prompt 982

Digging in the overgrown garden of your new house (a fixer upper from the late 1800s), you uncover a small jar with some items inside. 

prompt 981

A lie may fool someone else, but it tells you the truth: you’re weak.

                        —Tom Wolfe, The Bonfire of the Vanities

prompt 980

Are you really going to put that back into the refrigerator?

prompt 979

Did you hear that?

It must have been the wind.

prompt 978

There was something about that first sip of the wine that took her to a special place. But then she took a second sip.

prompt 977

Write about a person with low body image who is obsessed with finding clothes that “fit right.” (Don’t assume that there is anything wrong with their actual body.)

prompt 976

Your intuition knows what to write, so get out of the way.

                                                —Ray Bradbury

prompt 975

Isn’t it funny how, no matter where you go, you keep seeing the one thing you’re most afraid of?

prompt 974

The thought of working with you has started a story in my mind that is still writing itself.