Write about the secret love of your life. He was always there. He made her laugh more than she had ever laughed before. He made her smile wider than she knew she could. He held her together when her whole world was falling apart. Seldom did she find comfort in others, but he was her … Continue reading Writing Prompt #19
It took so long to leave because... He had texted her to meet him at six-thirty on platform two or he would leave without her and they would never see each other again. She had every intention of going, she loved him. She sat on a boulder on the promenade, forty feet away from the … Continue reading Writing Prompt #18
Write about a boy who saw things differently. In a world where the gift of deep thinking is treated as "overthinking". Overthinking insinuates thinking beyond what we ought to as if our imaginations have limitations. Deep thinkers are the people who make scientific discoveries, create the most useful and awe-inspiring inventions and write unforgettable literature … Continue reading Writing Prompt #13
I went to the valley where the sky is darkest, Briefly escaping the manmade miracle and the burdens it carries in its hands, To lie in the grass surrounded by black, To stare into the unknown and wait for natures fireworks to begin, To feel a purpose with every flash of light that shoots across … Continue reading Perseids
It was another rainy day in northern England, but Rose was excited, she had a job interview today and she was becoming desperate for the money. She was dressed elegantly in her favourite fitted black dress and elaborate vintage black heels as she approached the grand, historical entrance of the Georgian hotel. She pressed the … Continue reading Writing Prompt 12: Start a story with somebody opening a door.
When I was six years old, my parents decided to move from Newcastle to Kirkby Lonsdale, meaning I had to change schools once again. I had already done that several times and as a result, always found it difficult to make friends. I ended up going to a school on the outskirts of Kirkby, called … Continue reading Writing Prompt 11: Write about long-distance friends who meet for the first time in 15 years.
She looks directly ahead, glazed and drowning eyes fixed on the green light. The night's air is cold and wet, she only wears a sundress, but her skin is hot and her pace is steady. The wind blows the rain so that it pelts upon her face, yet her focus on the light remains and … Continue reading Writing Prompt 9: Convey a mood as your character walks down the street. Don’t tell us how he or she feels.
Conflicted thoughts with tension burning like a furnace, Growing up slowly but aging quickly on the surface, Nobody can teach me, which path I'm supposed to take, But I thought I would have learned by now, mistake after mistake. I'm weak but I'm strong, I'm right but I'm wrong, I've been a sensitive psychopath all … Continue reading A Millennial Quarter-Life Crisis
CELEBRATE GOOD TIMES COME ON! F-I-N-A-L-L-Y! This prompt was torture. I had too many ideas and not enough at the same time. My poor confused and muddled mind. After reading through this, I realised that as nice as the story was supposed to be, it could actually be interpreted in a really, really dark way... … Continue reading Day 7 of the 30 Day Writing Challenge
Write a story that takes place over 24 hours in one room. Once again, it has taken me ages to put a post up. I am beginning to think I should have chosen worse writing prompts for this challenge because it is certainly not 30 days! It takes me about 30 days to put one … Continue reading Day 5 Of the 30 Day Writing Challenge