Stop the world, I want to get off. Not for long. I just really want to sit down and write this story that’s in my head, and finish the art piece I started at the end of last week, and all these other annoying things like eating and sleeping keep interrupting me.
If you aren’t like that, and you need a little nudge to get there, here’s the prompts for the week! Join me in nospace and nowhen and we’ll create things together.
|AC Young||After a long search he finally found a phoenix egg.||Cedar Sanderson|
|Fiona Grey||Within the cauldron was…||Leigh Kimmel|
|BeckyJones||The rain fell sideways as you stared at the rushing river that used to be your street. As you stared up the street you saw something huge swimming toward you.||BeckyJones|
|Leigh Kimmel||Your dream job turns into a nightmare when you arrive at the gate only to discover you’re just going in circles.||nother Mike|
|nother Mike||Shoppers were surprised to hear the announcement, “Fireballs in Aisle 4! Cleanup mops on Aisles 3 and 5!”||AC Young|
|Cedar Sanderson||One step too far, and there’s no turning back||Fiona Grey|
If you didn’t send in a prompt, but you’d like to get away from it all, there’s always spares.
|Spare||The vice clamped on his head was the source of the headache, all right.|
|Spare||Just like that weird Earth lizard, Jack discovered the aliens operated just fine without their tails.|
|Spare||The feather was dyed black, and speckled with drops of rust that she refused to believe were blood.|
|Spare||When the Bears football team started playing that season, the center was a real bear…|
|Spare||A witch, a sorcerer, and a vampire walk into a bar…|
|Spare||When the teenage werewolf came out of the closet, the biggest problem the school had was deciding which changing room he should use…|
No pressure. No wordcounts. It doesn’t even have to be in words. Just creativity…
Remember to come back to earth and check in on the prompt responses in the comments. Then send in your prompt for next week to oddprompts at gmail dot com. If you can’t commit to a challenge, put spare in the subject line.
See you next week!