There's nothing better for healing than sleep--or writing. Having spent my weekend finally getting to do plenty of both, that's my testimony. I'm not snake-oiling you here, folks, some good, cathartic writing will cure what ails you.
Since my body has decided to betray me with a hideous sinus infection, I decided this week's microprompts ought to reflect it. Shame on you, immune system. Get your act together.
I've been away from any from any extended work on "The Stars Went Out" for a bit, and I already miss the magic. Speaking of magic, Mozart's "Eine Kleine Nacthmusik" was finished on this day about 200 years ago.
To ease you out of writing withdrawal, or to keep you in the writing habit, here are seven microprompts for the ups and downs of great adventures! Use them however you like.
I had my next set of prompts scheduled in the next few days, but Google helpfully informed me that today is the anniversary of the moon landing. If that doesn't say inspiration, I don't know what does.
It's Independence Day here in the good 'ol U.S. of A. Seeing as modern America got its start from criminals and heretics, I thought today might be a good day to do some writing themed around outlaws of various sorts. Enjoy these seven microprompts for your most devious and rebellious writings.
In honor of folks in mythology, and all the ways their numerous relationships went to hell, here are some prompts for dysfunctional unions. Use these as themed inspirations, line inserts, or anything that gives your inner writer the right kick.
Down these all in one go, or spread them over your writing day. Whether you prefer loose guidelines or word-by-word challenges is up to the writer, but do your best writing! Or your worst--whatever it takes to get words on the page.
There are spiders all over my house lately: the little jumpy ones, who alternate between "cute" and "awful," and the huge juicy ones with the musculature Hercules who are always Lawful Awful. In case they kill me in my sleep, here are seven uncanny microprompts to remember me by.
To celebrate my return to civilization, here's a set of prompts for the mystical and the mountainous. Use them all at once, or choose the ones you like best to inspire setting, themes, or prose.