On Wednesdays, I like to share images or phrases that hopefully inspire you to create something new or, by some chance, add to a work of yours in progress. Sometimes I look for something that speaks to me in regards to what I’m working on, but the purpose of the the prompts are to help us break from routine.
I write flash fiction pieces from them, but my Dragon Age fanfiction “problem” began with a writing prompt as well, so be forewarned that I take no responsibility for what path these may lead you on. 😉 Create at your own risk.
It’s time to get back to routine, and as most of you probably remember, I used to enjoy my routine. It’s a bit of a vague memory at the moment. 😉
On Mondays I like to share inspiring quotes – something to start the week off right. I like this one:
Keep working towards your dreams!
So a few days ago, I (finally) shared the work of fellow bloggers who took up the Writing Prompt Challenge. If you haven’t had a chance to read them yet, click here.
For this week’s Writing Prompt, I was drawn to this image.
Are you inspired?
Come write with me!
It’s Thanksgiving here in the States; a holiday with a troubling beginning, but one that has evolved into a day we share stories of how grateful we are, eat lots of food, fall asleep in front of the television, generally fight with family, and prepare to kill one another for the best deal at “the store of your choosing”.
Good times. 😉
If you’re stuck in traffic or trying to avoid the drama, let me share my gratitude that you have decided to spend a little time with me. It’s nice and quiet here, right?
I’ve been drawn to this image for some time, and thought, why not share it today?! It’s not holiday inspired, so you may enjoy that.
A couple of bloggers have taken up the Writing Prompt Challenge, and I look forward to sharing their work with you! Keep an eye out for that.
I hope you are all well and enjoy a safe holiday season! Happy Writing!
Today one of my dearest friends is getting married. In honor of her, and the happily ever after she has found (and deserves), I dedicate today’s Writing Prompt to her, my Jillybean.
We’re never too old for fairytales.
Love, Rachie xoxo
I know, I know, I keep saying it, but I still haven’t done it…I am going to write some flash fiction! I swear! 😉 Besides, I have a fellow blogger’s amazing work to share as well. I can’t let that go unnoticed.
Wanna join me in this week’s Writing Prompt Challenge?
I look forward to reading your creations! Happy Writing!
I’ve been a bad blogger…relying on easy posts, like this one. 😉
I finished the recent chapter of Dragon Age fanfic I was working on, so now maybe I can move onto something else. I have lots of things pending, so it would be good if I could get that out of my system, at least for the time being.
Perhaps I could try writing a few flash fiction pieces? Let’s give that a try. Wanna join me?
It’s Friday again?! My life is flashing by…gracious, I better start making better use of my down time!
I honestly planned on posting this Wednesday, when I was supposed to, but it was the first day in nearly two weeks I had the house all to myself, so you can imagine what I did. Yep, I gamed, for like six hours, and I do not feel guilty about it, except now that I realize it’s Friday…again.
I saw this week’s image and knew right away it was the one I wanted to share with you. I was drawn to it immediately.
How about you? Feeling inspired?
There’s so much going on in the world right now that it’s hard to stay sane and not want to escape into our creative worlds full-time. I have things I want to say, and while I’m not sure I want to put it in this space, as I keep this blog as a journal as well, I may have to break my silence. I’m still pondering the idea, so be forewarned. 😉
This is why I feel today’s quote is so very apropos.
If you feel like I do, keep your chins up, my friends! And try to have a wonderful and productive week!
How is it Friday already?! Honestly, it’s like I’m always a day behind, or two in this case.
As many of you are already aware, I love Pinterest. It’s a great way to find and save images that represent a piece you may be writing, or a great time sucker depending on the day. Don’t believe me? Click on the ‘P’ to the right and see. If you were planning on doing something else, you may find yourself in a pin-hole, well, that’s how I refer to it anyway – hours lost to scrolling and clicking and saving and then finding new things…and repeat.
I wanted to get back on track, and no matter the day, there’s always time for a little inspiration. Here’s this week’s Writing Prompt:
Come write with me!