It's that time again, a new writing prompt! I sincerely enjoy doing these, and I hope to make it a daily exercise. Getting to sit down for a half hour even and put my brain to work creating a small view into a world is a thrilling activity. I amaze myself with the things that … Continue reading Writing Prompt: You Don’t Know
Blood dripped from the edge of the coffee table, soaking into the soft cushion of the sofa. The remains of his body lay heaped in a deformed pile at our feet, but he didn’t mind at all. Only I stood frozen by the stark depth of the red blood surrounding us. Sticky fingers under my chin startle as he slowly turns my gaze to meet his own.
It was easy to ignore the men with the guns, so long as your eyes were closed or your back was turned. But there’s only so much of this same dirty wall one can stare at.
Brought to you this week by Pinterest. Please enjoy, and let me know what you think! Flipping through rack after rack grew tiring, still unable to find the right shirt for the job interview. She flipped her stringy drown hair over her shoulder with a huff. Only an hour, she recalled telling herself before … Continue reading Writing Prompt: Thrifty Finds
I have this habit of going through all the wonderful things that Pinterest has to offer. I also have a bad habit of getting distracted by all the wonderful things Pinterest has to offer. One of the many boards I have created over time on there is called Creative Writing Prompts. It's a small collection … Continue reading Writing Prompt: I’m a traitor
I recently discovered a website simply titled Writing Exercises. Of it's many prompt resources is one called Take Three Nouns. The idea is that you take the three nouns randomly generated for you and work them together in any way that your mind can connect them. Essentially it's a free writing exercise. There's no plot … Continue reading ‘Take Three Nouns’ Writing Prompt