Tuesday, September 15, 2015

Rise and Write. Week 7. Prompts 43-49

Hello dear fellow writers, and welcome to the 7th week of daily writing!

WOW! We've gone a long way, haven't we? I hadn't realized that our previous, 6th week, had come to an end already! I though that we still had one day to go. Well, I was wrong. So I just wanted to remind you that all the prompts that you did not have a chance to share yet, can be shared at any new link up. I have two prompts from week 6 that I am going to link up to week 7 - and please don't hesitate to do the same! At the end of each month, I also will open a "make-up link-up" where we can share any prompts we've missed, or share something new using the old themes.

And here are the new 7 prompts for the new 7th week of daily (or nearly daily) writing. (The dates are helping me to be on track with starting a new link-up, they don't matter much for the process of writing.)
Happy writing all!

Prompts 43-49. Week 7

43 (Sept 15)
Write about a smile. Is it a happy open smile, a mysterious Mona Lisa kind of smile, or a smirk?
OPTIONAL: Work on your fiction and share.

44 (Sept 16)
Write about a walk in the wilderness - on the beach, in the woods, a mountain hike. Is it a walk for pleasure or because you ran out of gas, or is it an emergency, and you need to find a phone?
OPTIONAL: Work on your fiction and share.

45 (Sept 17)
Write about a wise word that helped you (or your character) to go through dark times.
OPTIONAL: Work on your fiction and share.

46 (Sept 18)
Write about housework chores, such as vacuum cleaning or mowing the grass. Who did it in your childhood home? When you were introduced to this work first? Is it something you enjoyed doing or tried to avoid at any coast?
OPTIONAL: Work on your fiction and share.

47 (Sept 19)
Write about a bird - the one you have (or had as a kid), or a magical bird from a fairy tale that you love, or a bird that visits your yard and teases your cat.
OPTIONAL: Work on your fiction and share.

48 (Sept 20)
Write about wrinkles - yours or on someone's face, or maybe your character's. What stories wrinkles can tell?
OPTIONAL: Work on your fiction and share.

49 (Sept 21)
Write about being wrong. Is it easy for you to say "I am sorry, I was wrong"? Is it something you do or try to avoid doing? Write about someone else being wrong, or about your character being wrong.
OPTIONAL: Work on your fiction and share.

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