Weekly Writing Prompt 6-14-2017

Weekly Writing Prompt 6-14-2017

Weekly Writing Prompt 6-70-2017I think I’ve found three more great Weekly Writing Prompts for this week. I’m going to have a hard time choosing which one to write about this week.  One way or another by the time I go to bed tonight, I will have a story written for one of the prompts.

I have missed not keeping up with the writing prompts myself.  As we all know, we are the only thing who gets in our own way and prevents us from doing what we want to and long to do every day and in my case that is write.

I want to thank BG Jenkins and Lawrence Bousquet for keeping the momentum going for me by adding their stories each week.

I also want to thank Deborah A. Ten Brink for creating my new header for this blog and also creating my social media covers.  She has a wonderful eye for color and design that I just don’t have.  So thank you again, Deborah.

Okay, now for our writing prompts for this week.

WRITING PROMPT:
1. Imagine living in a world where smells were visible
2. In a museum, you accidentally destroy an artifact
3. Your camera has images on it that you haven’t taken

All three of the prompts this week conjure up the beginnings of a story for me. I haven’t decided which one I will write about yet or I may get energized and write a story for each of them.

 

Here are some of the previous Weekly Writing Prompts if you missed them.

Weekly Writing Prompt 6/7/2017

Weekly Writing Prompt 5/30/2017

Weekly Writing Prompt 5/23/2017

Weekly Writing Prompt 5/17/2017

Weekly Writing Prompt 5/10/2017

 

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2 comments on “Weekly Writing Prompt 6-14-2017

  1. Hi Monna,

    Here is my response to the writing prompt #3 Your camera has images on it that you haven’t taken

    Is a Picture Worth a Thousand Words?

    You can read BG’s short story written from the prompt here >>> http://monnaellithorpe-author.com/picture-worth-thousand-words
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