Prompt: Waking up elsewhere Something tickles my toes. As I slowly become aware of my senses, I realise that inhaling feels wrong. Or maybe it's the air. Or both... I almost doze off again, but then something touches my toes again. It's wet. I'm instantly awake, throwing off covers that aren't there, knowing for certain … Continue reading A Startling Revelation
I'm back this Monday with another writing warmup! If you're reading this, please take a look at my last post to vote for my 100 followers celebration! You can only vote until Friday, so be sure to make your voice heard! Prompt: a piece of clothing kept just for the memory It's a tattered old … Continue reading Vestiture
Greetings, fellow writers, and happy March! I'm excited to be working and blogging again; my vacation was wonderful, full of both rest and adventure, but it's good to be back! A Writing Warmup Based on the prompt: comfort To a queen who was ruler of nothing, there was little comfort to ever be had. Where … Continue reading The Pen Is Mightier Than Ever!
Make sure to read below the story for some awesome news! My car's interface warned me about the hitchhiker when I was still a mile away. I could visualise it right then: some young student dressed in flashy clothes who had wandered just a little too far from the city in a drunken stupor, maybe … Continue reading An Unusual Sort of Hitchhiker
An unedited writing warmup Marigold hacked through vines with her machete, grunting with the effort. Every inch of her body ached. And yet, as she edged through the thick woods little by little, her imagination fed on her surroundings. It seemed as if nothing could have ever lived in this unruly wilderness of green and … Continue reading The Woods
Prompt: Describe the sounds you heard the first time you swam in the ocean A splash, then laughter. Seagulls overhead join in, squawking with delight. The waves crash over each other and add the bass to the strange symphony of the sea. I hear distant chatter of countless people behind me, but it seems far … Continue reading Waves
An unedited writing warmup In the matter of a moment, her life went to ruin. Sariah could barely comprehend the empty space in the nook that held her prized possessions, and yet at the same time, she knew exactly what had happened. Sariah's mind went right to that woman - that terrible huntress whose machinations … Continue reading The Huntress
When you work out, you do a warmup before you start. Before a soccer game, you do a warmup to get you going. Even artists warm up with quick sketches before they get to work. So why don't we talk about writing warmups more? I'll admit that I haven't been the best at doing them … Continue reading Stretch Your Brain with Writing Warmups