This week's writing prompt will attempt to show that our world might not make any sense to a visitor from another time or universe.
This week's writing prompt takes its inspiration from the improv game mega replay.
This week's writing prompt will involve retelling classic tales with the romantic pairings altered.
Is this character the person who they say they are?
Write about your or your character's earliest memory. Why is it so special? How has it informed their life today?
This week's writing prompt will be guided by fate...
Some of the words we use today were coined by famous authors. Which word will you introduce into the lexicon?
While at home in isolation, it is still important to appreciate the small things that bring us great joy.
This week's writing prompt will take the point of view to an interstellar level.
This week's writing prompt takes its inspiration from Lucy Ellmann.
The weather outside is gray, so let's bring some color into the world with a writing prompt.
Write a scene set in a universe in which the inhabitants take good care of their planet. What does their world look like? How is it different that the reality we live in now?
Write a diary entry or a letter from your character's point of view. Are they re-discovering events from the past, or recording today's events so they don't forget? Do they have a unique perspective? Who are they writing to and why?
Write a piece using the stream-of-consciousness technique.
Write a scene that puts a character or characters from a fairy tale in a different situation. What is different from their original story? How do they adapt to this change?
Write a scene from an animal's perspective. What looks different from their perspective? Can the animal see that humans cannot?
Write a scene that includes the color green, literally or figuratively. Is your character wearing a green dress? Does someone feel envious? Are they recycling?
Write a scene set somewhere far away from your character's home. Be sure to include the sights, smells, and sounds of the setting to give your piece a strong sense of place.
Write a scene that includes the number 100. For example, a Kindergarten class celebrating their 100th day of school, a centennial celebration, $100 bills, life lessons from a centenarian, etc.
Write a scene from a child's point of view. How does the child see things differently from an adult?
Write a scene that includes time travel.
Create a scene of chaos. Perhaps a character is panicking, a bunch of different things are going on at once, there's a huge mess, or someone is running out of time—or all of the above!
Create a game of M.A.S.H for a character of your creation. Next, write a scene in their life story based on the result of the M.A.S.H. game.