WEEK OF SEPTEMBER 29
Because we want to honor you - the writers and members who make this prompt program a success: we will steal borrow YOUR words and use them as a prompt. That’s right, we will steal borrow from you! Among your posts and stories - there are some beautiful gems... Each week we will pick a snippet, a line, something that tickles our fancy, get your approval to steal borrow and run with it as the weekly prompt. You get final approval on if it's used or not!
In every piece of fiction, is a little bit of truth. When you write your stories, how much of your personal experience do you put into it?
Snippets of dreams, caricatures of real people, that tragic first date or strange encounter you witnessed while out shopping. All these innocuous things that sometimes make us go, "hmmm," are great for plots twists or character development.
What is the saying? "Write what you know."
This week, we borrow from Kirsten at Kirsten A. Piccini, "Autumn Offering"
"The choice should be simple" and/or "icon"
Don't forget to spread the love, and visit the other participants. Everyone enjoys comments. Please keep any constructive critiques positive.
If you haven't already, leave us a comment with your post link, telling us if you give us permission to “borrow” a line from your entry. If you'd like to have one of your original photos or artwork used as a prompt, include that in your comments too.
If you missed any of the other entries from last week, here's a second look:
Have fun writing!