Hey guys, I promise I haven't forgotten about you. I am still working on my Blueprint prompt, but life has gotten pretty busy as of late. Let me tell you though, it's going to be a good one. I am taking my time on this one and practicing my imagery and my showing of emotions.… Continue reading New Post coming soon!
While preparing your garden at the beginning of Spring, you find the blueprints for your house buried in the Earth. When you pull it out and examine it, you find that there is a room in the blueprint that doesn't exist in your house. Both disturbed and intrigued, you set off to find the missing… Continue reading Writing Prompt # 3 – The Blueprint
Alright guys, don't judge me for this. It's pretty awful. “Would you like another glass of wine?” Rosemary glanced at her empty glass and nodded. What harm could a third glass of wine do? The waitress, Brienne, per her nametag, poured the delicious red wine carefully in her glass. Before walking away, she glanced… Continue reading Douchebag Stood ya up!
Please feel free to comment with suggestions or critique! I am really proud of this, but it is pretty long, so if you can read all the way through it, I would appreciate it! The intricately knotted strings thrummed with energy between her fingers as she plucked the webs of nightmare from its grasp. The… Continue reading The Dreamcatcher
You've been stood up by your douche of a boyfriend on a date night and the waitress keeps asking if you're ready to order but you keep asking for more time, hoping that he's just late. People are starting to look at you with those apologetic looks, like they know. You start to feel worse… Continue reading Writing Prompt # 2 – Douchebag stood ya up!
Something that can be hard to write is attraction and the body language that comes with it. I know I struggled with it. Here is a list of the ways we can SHOW attraction in our writing. Feminine Interest: Body posture stiffening A visible intake of breath Glancing down or away only to look back… Continue reading Stages of Attraction
I pulled this prompt since I was done with the Penny prompt. I'm loving this one a lot right now. Every so often a dreamcatcher must be emptied of the nightmares it has caught. Who does it and what do they see?
Here is the finished product of the Penny writing prompt! Please feel free to critique and comment. I love constructive criticism. The mid-summer sun warmed Carl’s body as he was taking his daily afternoon walk. His neighborhood was in a nice suburb south of Seattle, so it was a comfortable eighty three degrees out.… Continue reading Writing Prompt #1 – The Penny
For my first tip post, I wanted to start with something that I had a hard time with; body language. Anticipation - Rub hands together, lick lips, grin, unable to sit still Awe - Slack-jawed, unable to move, fixed gaze Amusement - Throw head back, slap thighs, clap hands, shake with laughter Anger/Aggression - Shake… Continue reading Emotions and Possible Body Language
We drew this prompt on 3/14, so I'm a couple of days late. The next prompt will be drawn on 3/28/17! Every time your character picks up a penny, they get to experience the last 5 minutes of whoever dropped it.