…writing prompts. That was the exercise handed out today. I think those suffering from melodramatic boredom and those suffering from nothing more than not suffering from melodramatic boredom should try their hand at one or two of these.
I’m pondering over the metaphor in some of the prompts. Some of them might make good poems.
And I didn’t get to read my dialogue out loud today as we ran out of time; I’ve been promised next week.
I’m working on no. 8.
Do you mind if I give Rob the link here?
Cool. Maybe some restaurant research is in order.
And sure, it would be great if he visited here.
Leah is a server and has been for a long time. I think I might have a good idea and some help from her stories.
Oooh, story swapping.
I’m supposed to do one of these, but so far nothing glaring is coming at me. I think the last one appeals to me only in so far as I already have the next line. I was hoping one of these would take off and I would have a postcard to go with it, and voila, an entry into the postcard contest.
I like #1, but I have no clue as to how you would do that. I also like #5, but mostly for the description.
Maybe they’re like poems and you just have to sit down, and start writing–maybe something in the form of inspiration will suddenly take over. Or not.