WRITING PROMPT #18: I thought the coffee shop wouldn’t be so busy today
WRITING PROMPT #17: “She got jumper cable lips.” - 40 Day Dream, Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros
WRITING PROMPT #16: “And we’ll hate what we’ve lost, but we’ll love what we find.” - Featherstone, Paper Kites
WRITING PROMPT #13: “Disappear here.” – Bret Easton Ellis, Less Than Zero
Ever feel like you’re weird? Everyone does, but as a writer, do you ever feel like being a writer makes you more weird than your non-writer friends? Fear not, for you are not alone. Writers seem to have an addiction to weirdness (as well as many other things…). Here are a few quirks and happenings to remind you that you are not alone in your writer-y weirdness.
William S. Burroughs, author of
WRITING PROMPT #12: “Heat is everywhere now. I can’t ignore it anymore.” – Robert M. Pirsig, The Art of Motorcycle Maintenance
WRITING PROMPT #10: “I was a victim of a series of accidents.” – Kurt Vonnegut, The Sirens of Titan
WRITING PROMPT #9: If, of all words of tongue and pen, / The saddest are, ‘It might have been,’ / More sad are these we daily see: / ’It is, but hadn’t ought to be.’ – Francis Bret Harte
five hundred words, three different ways
A really cool writing challenge!
WRITING PROMPT #8: “The free bird thinks of another breeze…” – Maya Angelou, Caged Bird
WRITING PROMPT #7: “I must say a word about fear. It is life’s only true opponent.” – Yann Martel, Life of Pi
Yesterday, I started a Weekly Experiment called Intentional Book-Carrying and what do you know, I finished a book on the first day. (Granted, I was already quite a ways through the book, but it’d taken me weeks to get two-thirds of the way through.)
Many of you have probably heard of The Book Thief by Markus Zusak. It was recently made into a brilliantly-casted movie.
I Am Messenger is one of his…