Sliver of a white crescent moon
May 27, 2016

Read the writing prompt rules OR Participate in more writing prompts! Write the next part of the story, using the prompt. Writing Prompt: If you can’t wake up from a nightmare, then maybe you’re not asleep.

You don't need a weapon. You were born one. Purple background.
May 13, 2016

Read the writing prompt rules OR Participate in more writing prompts!   Write the next part of the story. Writing Prompt: You don’t need a weapon. You were born one.

Old book filled with wishes and eerie stories
April 29, 2016

If you need to, please read the writing prompt rules. Here’s today’s writing prompt:   Wishes. From front to back, the book’s worn pages are filled with wishes. They’ve all been crossed out, a neat black line running straight through them. Questions churn inside of you, and you flip to the last page, hoping for…

Fun games with navy blue background and writing romantic
April 15, 2016

Participate in the writing prompt, and write what happens next. Make sure to take a peek at the writing prompt rules before participating 😉   Writing Prompt: I snort. “Yeah, over my dead body.” He smirks like the cocky, arrogant jerk he is. “That can be arranged.”    

Opening Lines for Writers
April 1, 2016

I’m going to borrow the line I used as an example in Writing Fantastic First Lines. If you don’t know the writing prompt rules and want to participate, please look at them before doing so 🙂  

post apocalyptic nursery rhymes with spooky tree background
March 4, 2016

We’re trying something a bit different today. Instead of continuing a story one section at a time, for today’s writing prompt we’ll be writing our own poems and nursery rhymes for a post-apocalpytic world.   Can’t wait to see what you guys come up with!

Lonely footprints writing prompt
February 19, 2016

Make sure you know the writing prompt rules 🙂 Writing Prompt: For a long time, she only used the Gift when she thought no one was watching.

Orange background with black dagger
November 7, 2015

Okay, here’s how to play: First of all, I start off with a writing prompt. In the comments below, you write a paragraph (1-8 sentences) of what comes after. Then the next person to comment continues the story. I’ll include an example below. Example: Writing prompt: The bomb exploded. Commenter #1: Heat seared her skin. A…