Here's a new collection of prompt fragments to inspire your fiction, poetry, or personal writing. Use them all together, a few at a time, or one by one. The theme of this batch is "reminiscing." Happy writing!
Goddesses of Dúrev: Hemera
Believed to embark on yearly journeys around the world in pursuit of her younger sister, Khione the winter goddess, Hemera is the goddess of summer in Dúrev. She is also considered the patron of youth and new beginnings.
Goddesses of Dúrev: Cypress
Also known as Kyparissia, Cypress is the goddess of ceremony, harmony, and predestination. Cults associate her with seashells, marriage, and pearls.
Goddesses of Dúrev: Aswani
Of all twelve Maidens in Avalon, Aswani is the only goddess to have a direct counterpart in the major counter-religion of the Bhoja continent. She is the goddess of night and the afterlife, and so more symbolically the goddess of closure and endings.
Writer Confessions 10
Writing is a creative emotional outlet for a lot of writers. It restores equilibrium between thoughts and feelings. However, it can be mentally and emotionally exhausting if you want to start a daily writing schedule.
Goddesses of Dúrev: Fiamma
Also known as Fiammetta or Fianna, Fiamma is the goddess of fire, beacons, and passion. She is known for her favoritism and violent jealousies. Fiamma's cults associate her with lovers, ambition, and light.
Goddesses of Dúrev: Avelot
Also known as Aviance, Avelot is the goddess of winds and fortune. Her worshippers track the movements of birds to reveal her will.
Goddesses of Dúrev: Eponine
Next up in Avalon's pantheon is a goddess who has hated Shay Connelly's family for four generations. Also known by Epona and Epione in different countries, Eponine is the Maiden of water, the seas, and transformation.
Goddesses of Dúrev: Eva
This month's Nano went well, but so much of it was rewriting at this stage I don't have any ugly draft excerpts from "To Those Who Seek Sirens" to share! For shame. Instead, here's a little bit about the world the story takes place in.
“To Those Who Seek Sirens” Collection
Here's the entire collection of November's posted excerpts, in order and with links.