First Sentence Prompt!

"Alright, it’s time to play 5 Card Draw with Deuces, Jacks, and Man with the Ax, but a Pair of Natural Sevens Wins."

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Write about a character who’s been invited to a lavish dinner. When this person arrives, however, he or she is the only one there. Is the manor only filled with spirits? Did your character stumble into a room that was off limits? Or is our protagonist dinner?

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First Sentence Prompt!

Inhaling the fresh earth and crisp air, Elijah realized his dreams.

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clevergirlhelps:

Includes:

  • 600 names - all of these names can be used for any gender, but I divided them into what gender they traditionally are (male, female, unisex)
  • Common and unusual names
  • Definitions and nationalities
  • Pronunciations for Irish/Scottish Gaelic names
  • English, Arabic, Japanese, Italian, Irish, Scottish, Welsh, Greek, German, Latin, French, American, Spanish, Scandinavian, Hebrew, Turkish, Russian, Hindi, Turkish, Bulgarian, and Iranian/Persian names

** denotes a name heavily associated with a preexisting entity, fictional or real

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Write about a woman cursed to roam the sea for eternity. Even though this was meant as a punishment, make it into something positive for this character. Does this girl-turned-mermaid become a sea witch, thriving under her life sentence? Does she become the ruler of her oceanic kingdom? Does she find her true love under the sea with other mermaids and mermen? 

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Happy Accidents

awritersnook:

I didn’t even realize that the meaning of the name I gave to the “Savior” in one of my fictional religions meant “light”. 

Wow… so I posted a response for the weather controlling king prompt, and I named the monarch “Roderick” which means “famous ruler”… am I pulling subconscious name meanings from my brain or am I just getting lucky? lol

Write using any playlist as the inspiration for your plot.  

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Happy Accidents

I didn’t even realize that the meaning of the name I gave to the “Savior” in one of my fictional religions meant “light”. 

Story Element: Fantasy Wedding

writing-questions-answered:

Artist: Rasmus Berggreen

Write about a hero embarking on the final battle of his quest only to realize he’s been fighting on the wrong side. Has he just not listened to those around him, ignorant of his arrogance? Or has his peers lied to him to win him to their side? What does our protagonist do? Carry on as if he didn’t find the truth? Turn his back on those he believed were right to join his once sworn enemies? Or just go rogue? 

Write about a character who discovers dragons conceal themselves through natural disasters. Do they control the weather? Or just use it to their advantage after being poached during medieval times? How does your character stumble upon this? Exploring a suspiciously frozen cavern in a volcano? Storm hunting? Now that your character carries this knowledge… what does he or she do with it?

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Since I was bad last week and just made prompts day by day (and ended up not being able to make one Friday), I made sure I have this week’s prompts queued up and ready to go. I hope you guys enjoy them :) 

Questions are always welcome because even though I’m lazy and you may not see me post often I make sure to check my inbox daily for advice, questions, and love letters haha.

xoxo

littlelotte-xo:

curlicuecal:

Games with English: insert the word “only” anywhere into the above sentence and consider how the placement changes meaning.

Omg this is cool

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Write about an unusual college. Are the professors apart of a secret organization? Are only certain species accepted? Are the grounds haunted from unsolved murders?

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