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Our challenge this week is to include the answers to these questions in a story or poem 1. An item you just can’t live without 2. Your favorite snack 3. A bit of wisdom for the youths of today 4. … Continue reading
Oooohhhh. I like these! https://wordpress.com/read/feeds/19271780/posts/2367007781 Choose 1. A woodland creature to play a pivotal role in your creation 2. A cartoon from your childhood 3. A relative or close friend to participate in an adventure of some description 4. An … Continue reading
The two youngsters had decided to run way as they were fed up with being told what to do by their elders. Unbeknown to them, this was quite common for Trolls their age and so steps had been taken for … Continue reading
The Challenge: Imagine an animal (it can be a human) in a totally foreign environment (could even be another world, could even be a video game or the like) and their struggle to survive, belong, and find meaning amidst the … Continue reading
Michael is filling in for Yves over at MLMM for this week’s Sunday Writing Prompt. Bernard Allsopp was a bear of a man. The kids loved to see his van outside their house as it meant a new brother or … Continue reading
The challenge this week is Using the following please write a 500 word fictional story. 3 objects in your current location The last song you heard The current weather A nostalgia inducing scent A dream fragment The stench of cigars … Continue reading
Love these multi choice options! https://wordpress.com/read/feeds/19271780/posts/2297505987 It was snowing and extremely cold. The fire in the grate was the only heat for the entire school, though in truth it was merely a large room with a central chimney. The little … Continue reading