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Category Archives: writing prompt
Our MLMM Saturday Mix metaphor this week is: – Birds of a feather flock together. In a class of fifty, three struck up a friendship that was to last for decades. If ever one was in trouble, they could count … Continue reading
I love these! Five headings and five choices in each. You can check them all out here: https://wordpress.com/read/feeds/19271780/posts/2274022360 Do pop over to MLMM and have a go, they are such fun!! Droll the Troll was not his usual self. Here … Continue reading
I’m picking Prompt B (sentence starter): “You can’t do that here!” https://wordpress.com/read/feeds/82277260/posts/2273167750 ‘Mom…………………’ ‘Not now Honey…’ Harry tugged his mother’s coat. ‘But Mom……………………’ ‘Just a minute sweetie…….’ Harry stood with one foot on top of the other. ‘Mom, I……………’ ‘Quiet! Can’t … Continue reading
Our challenge is to write about new arrivals: it can be a baby, a pet, goods in a store, arrivals in an airport whatever you like! https://wordpress.com/read/feeds/19271780/posts/2266138961 I just have to write about the ducklings! This afternoon, we walked the … Continue reading
Thanks to Diana Wallace Peach of Myths of the Mirror for our May photoprompt. For visually challenged writers, this is an image of a man who is part human and part machine. Behind him are gears and wires as well … Continue reading
Details of Rachel’s challenge can be found here The tree had stood for over a hundred years in the village park, and now some outsider had complained it was blocking their view. The tree was there before their house, but … Continue reading
Today’s sentence: “Why does this taste like mint?” Gran liked to have sets. She had sets of glasses, sets of plates, sets of bowls, saucepans and cutlery too. She said it was because she swore as a child never to … Continue reading
Today’s sentence: “I have no idea how it got there.” So far, so good. Hopefully no-one would notice for a few days, and when they did, he could blatantly lie. As it turned out, nobody used the car for over … Continue reading
Today’s genre and image: Haunting It is said you can still hear the screams and cries from the goings-on in the house on the hill. It was closed years ago after the scandal devastated the town. Who would have thought … Continue reading