Pictures & Prompts 164

To whet your appetite and keep your writing fingers limber, take a good look at the photo, or let a prompt settle in your mind. Set a timer for a reasonable amount of time, be that five, fifteen, or thirty minutes. Then start writing.

Photo credit: Rumo/bigstock.com

Photo credit: Rumo/bigstock.com

FICTION

Write the story of a fireworks display gone terribly wrong, but give it a happy ending. Then write it the opposite way.

MEMOIR

Write about your favorite holidays that you celebrated as a child. What were the elements that made them special? How do you incorporate those elements into your life today?

NONFICTION

Pick a historical event and write about how it still affects our world. What lessons can we apply to life today?

 

 

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