I was thinking that a good discipline would be to randomly select a page per 642 things to write about bloggers and write, within seven days, a completed draft of that prompt. Write about your life. I call for my coworkers to look out the window. But, in the kitchen, hidden beneath old linens and broken glass and china was one tea cup — THIS tea cup.
I wrote this post yesterday April 19 within the span of maybe 20 minutes, but in all the excitement of the manhunt for the Boston bombing suspect 2, it felt weird to post a blog and expect people to read it when WAY more important things were going on in the world.
The Infamous Decade Prompt Write a short story that is set in Argentina inin which a teacup plays a crucial role. Some of the suggestions are howlers while others really do require some in-depth thinking.
Its head is up now; does it hear someone coming to chase it away? I turn my attention away from this moment in time and back to the news feed.
Day and night they worked us for almost no pay while the higher ups got rich. I swear, I took a 45 second shower this morning during a commercial break.
He was afraid that there would be a revolution. They are huddled next to each other, engaged in conversation. The fun things that I made were a much needed change of pace. The cattle industry was a major player, but so too was the coffee industry.
Write stage directions for an actor that insult him or her personally all along the way. Describe the robbery from this vantage point. Dark clouds start to take over they sky, hiding the sun 4. An elderly woman sips tea from an antique cup as she rocks on her porch in the rolling hills of the Rocky Mountains.
Leave your responses in the comments, please. At night you hide in the bathroom until the janitor leaves. One shrieks and panics as she wonders if it will climb across the walkway, into the courtyard, and slither up the wall to her second story window.
My other coworker and I laugh every time. It felt good to be creative in a new way. I always focus on the people sitting alone in a crowd. I thought things were going to get better again, but papa — he knew better.
And then the Great Depression struck America and all the money dried up and it was horrible.
But anyway, enough rambling from me. What kind of self-respecting Argentinian would drink tea over coffee, Tata? Nevertheless, they were all good starting points to get the creative juices flowing. On nice days, many people will eat outside.
Could be very interesting.
You are a customer lying face down on the floor during a bank robbery. Some of the suggestions are howlers w If each decade of your life was represented by a pop song, what would they be?
He has the penetrating eyes of her father.My name is Jodi Silberstein and I am a writer working through the writing prompts in the book Things to Write About by The San Francisco Writers’ Grotto.
I am an Ithaca College graduate with a degree in Journalism. I was born and raised on the beaches of Jersey.
I have two older brothers and a puppy named Rossi. %d bloggers like this. Posted in Things to Write About, Quarter Page | Comments Off on Prompt # Prompt # The most horrible thing that can happen to you when you’re driving. The tiny things to write about has great simple writing prompts in it.
I used this book with a couple other writing prompts to write about a character and a scene, I actually used this book more, it really made me think and work as a writer. Finding something to blog about can be hard.
Writer’s block can be a serious condition that cripples authors. It doesn’t have to be that way. Especially when you are working on other writing projects and every ounce of your creative juices have already been squeezed out of your body.
Your blog is the first draft of your book. Write from this quote from Claude Levi-Strauss, “I am the place in which something has occurred.” I am the fallout of a sunny day in September. I am in debt from listening to lectures spewed from the mouths of journalism professors who openly admit to being cynical about the jobs I’m applying for.
Apr 20, · Things to Write About Challenge: Week 16 I was tired and couldn’t motivate myself to work out or write.
The fun things that I made were a much needed change of pace. Actually, they were really good for not only my brain, but for my soul. It felt good to be creative in a new way. You’ll get the blog posts about those, I.Download