Writing Prompt: Mysterious Animal

Writing Prompt:

Mysterious Animal

The Is of Writing: Inspirational Photograph & Picture Prompts

Prompt #1:

Sometimes coming up with just the right title can be a daunting task. Create a list of titles that are inspired by this photograph or could accompany this picture as the cover of a new book.

Prompt #2:

Our eyes often play tricks on us in the dark or even in the light of day. When trying to glimpse something through the bushes or at a distance away, we are never really certain of what it is that we see. Write a description about this mysterious animal.

Prompt #3:

Use this photograph as inspiration for a spot or location in your story. Where are you? What is happening?

Inspirational Photograph and Writing Prompt: V is for VANISH, VANQUISH, VIOLENCE and VICTORY

Is of Writing:      Inspirational Photograph and Writing Prompt

V is for

As inspiration for a minor or major setting, use this photograph and combine it with one or all of the words below to write a scene or develop some background information for a new plot.

Vanish             Vanquish         Violence          Victory

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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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Inspirational Photo: Take a Walk Down the Olde Wagon Road

Inspirational Photo: Take a Walk Down the Olde Wagon Road

The Is of Inspiration: Inspirational Photo & Writing Prompt

Walk this old road. See everything around you. Stop. Take the time to breathe in the fresh air. What else do you smell? What do you hear? Describe this setting using your five senses. Enjoy!

Down the Olde Wagon Road

Down the Olde Wagon Road

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