Inspirational Photos: K is for KILLER CLIFFS, Suspects and Murder Mysteries

The Is of Writing: Inspirational Photographs and Writing Prompts

Months after reading a book and returning it to the book shelf, one scene stays in my mind. In this book, the male character is seriously injured during a daring attempt to rescue a young man who has fallen over the edge of a cliff. While the rescuer is being lowered from the helicopter, the harness rips and he falls to the jagged rocks below.

For today’s writing prompt take inspiration from any photograph – published in a magazine, online or one you have taken yourself – and write a scene. Change the setting to suit your needs, invent details, create the appropriate environment for the setting of your story and take some time to just write.

Near the end of the book, it was revealed that someone was trying to kill the rescuer and the harness had been sabotaged.

Try your hand at writing mysteries and develop your scene into an attempt at murder. Then you may want to visit Pete Denton’s blog posts for the 2013 A to Z April Blogging Challenge to get more information on blood analysis, DNA, and finger prints.

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About Denise Reashore

Denise M. Reashore spends most of her free time reading, writing, and gardening - - or staring out the window at the brightness of a new day and dreaming of digging in the earth. Throughout the winter, precious free time goes into mapping and planning her future garden and, hopefully, writing and reading retreat. The rest of the time, from September to June, she spends working as an elementary school teacher. She lives on almost 3 acres, in an old Victorian style home, with her husband, two lovely daughters, and a cat.

2 responses to “Inspirational Photos: K is for KILLER CLIFFS, Suspects and Murder Mysteries

  1. Thanks for plugging my posts ๐Ÿ™‚


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