WRITING PROMPTS

Eagle’s Nest

Re:Fiction  Dec 27, 2016

Eagles are a fairly common sight in the city where I live. The dynamic of such a wild, powerful creature amidst city life could make for an interesting story.

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The Chicken Man

Re:Fiction  Dec 20, 2016

Sometimes we don’t discover something about a friend or relative until after they pass away. Here’s a strange prompt in that vein.

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The Dream Peddler

Re:Fiction  Feb 29, 2016

This prompt just wandered in from my unconscious and sat down. I hope it may be specific enough to get your imagination working, open-ended enough for you to use as you will.

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Laundry and Palm Reading

Re:Fiction  Feb 29, 2016

Sometimes you get two incongruent businesses housed together, such as Coffee and Pawn Shop, which amuse me. So I thought, why not a laundromat with a palm-reading service in the back?

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A Lonely Shoe

Re:Fiction  Dec 20, 2016

I’m often surprised when I see a single shoe in the street or on the sidewalk, but it’s not an uncommon sight in the urban center where I live. Who do these shoes belong to, and what do they mean?

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Waiting for the Last Shuttle

Re:Fiction  Feb 29, 2016

I spend a lot of time waiting for buses, so I suppose my mind drifts that way. I have, however, never had to wait for an intergalactic space shuttle. I wonder how long the wait for that would be?

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Missing Parts

Re:Fiction  Feb 29, 2016

I grew up watching "Star Trek" as a kid, and time travel has always fascinated me. So has history. Who wouldn't want to travel back to a favorite era if given the chance? Here's a time-travel prompt with a twist.

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