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Writing Prompts – Week of Monday, February 23rd. to Sunday March 1st., 2015.

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Writing Prompts:

  1. You die, only to find that heaven is only hell.
  2. What do you see on the other side of the door when you look through a peephole?
  3. A druid finds an ill elf in the crook of a tree.
  4. Force a relationship between two seemingly different things. For example: How is friendship like a baseball game?
  5. A dire warning about the end of the world appears on a computer screen during your Internet search for Nostradamus.
  6. “You need three hats for a one-day outing, why?!”
  7. Write a short dialogue between two political candidates about an issue you care absolutely nothing about.
  8. If we get to the garage first…
  9. Write about a world where 1+1 does not equal 2.
  10. While climbing a mountain in the Himalayas, one climber falls into a ravine and dies, and the rest of the group…
  11. Your dream job becomes a nightmare.
  12. She/he climbed the tree to get a better view, but what she/he saw frightened her/him even more.
  13. “Pick a card, any card!” The magician held the deck out. Cautiously, a member of the audience began to pull a card…
  14. You are elected the mayor of a town you are visiting, but you don’t know the language spoken there.
  15. An old friend finds you on a social networking site.

~Sara

Prompts from: Apple Apps Store, Writing Prompts by 21 x 20 Media, Inc. Download with iTunes here and from Writing.com. With grammar and typos of prompts corrected, copy-edited and tweaked for relevance.
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