Writing Prompts


Writing Prompts

In today’s writing prompt, the Divas have a stark picture that represents the changing of season and the passing of time. Let the picture speak to you and write from the emotion, whatever that emotion may be, that it inspires in you. If you are so inclined, please share your results below.  


Writing Prompts

Writing Prompt: Taste Food, sex, emotion, and even bodily fluids (ew…but it happens) can be described by taste in writing as well as any of the other human senses. Oftentimes you can read how a character smells inciting another character, the way their velvety voice can melt the panites off of leading ladies, or how a simple touch can ignite a sparks the size of...

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Metaphors are useful tools in writing to creatively frame an idea. For instance, take the bull by the horns sounds much more exciting than face your problems head on. We would never take an actual bull by the horns, unless suicide is the goal or it is part of matador training, but this particular metaphor makes something mundane or daunting sound exciting or even a little noble. So, for...

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As some of us celebrate the return of our offspring to the classroom—and others lament the return to said classroom—today’s writing prompt is called Back to School. Perhaps you’d like to write from the perspective of a kindergartner—fresh-faced and excited for her very first day of school. Or maybe you’re thinking about a more mature student—a teen’s first day as a senior, with all the...

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In today’s writing prompt, we’ll use song lyrics from the band Twenty One Pilots to provide the catalyst for a scene. Music is an inspirational force for writers on many levels, from the rhythm to lyrics to the persona of a member of the band. Sometimes a small phrase may catch your attention and be the spark for characterization, a personality quirk, or even an...

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Writing Prompt: Start with this phrase,  An apple a day keeps the doctor away. Many times when you begin writing your book, manuscript, chapter, paragraph, what have you… the dreaded writer’s block can creep up before you know it. With today’s prompt, Write Divas is going to help you out. A simple phrase can influence so much creativity and spur any author on. The challenge...

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For the writing prompt this week the subject is death. This subject can take on many meanings and emotions. Death can represent a crippling loss, a necessary change, or a new beginning. It can be accidental, caused by disease or natural causes, or something that was very deliberate. It can be something from the past, in the background, or up close and personal. And no...

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Writing Prompt: Smell This week’s writing prompt focuses on one of the least used senses. Creativity can stem from any of the five senses, whether it’s the sight of a beautiful woman or the sound of a giggling child, but sometimes the most creative of scenes can arise from an everyday smell. Stop for a moment and take in the air around you—what are you...

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The writing prompt for this week is a phrase to help authors work a little humor into their repertoire. Humor tends to be one of those areas in writing that authors either excel or struggle with. There’s not a lot of middle ground here. Mostly because comedy is bound to the sense of humor of the individual reader. When a writer possesses a talent for...

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Writing Prompts

In today’s writing prompt, we are going to explore emotion. We want you to express the emotional state of the girl pictured. Dig deep into her life and thoughts. Take your time, make the most of every word. The purpose is to take this character from a two-dimensional rendering to a three-dimensional person full of life and feelings.  You have three hundred words. Go. Please...

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