December 15th Writing Prompts

Yes, we’re going to party at the December 15th KWA meeting. Yes, we’ll have fun visiting and networking. But you can still try you hand at one of the writing prompts for December.

  1. Grandmother pulled the last tray of gingerbread men from the oven. Suddenly…
  2. “Ho-Ho-help me!” came the voice from the chimney…
  3. All the elves were hard at work in Santa’s workshop. All but one that is…
  4. Three children are sitting on a log near a stream. One of them looks up at the sky and say…

If you would rather use a different prompt, please do so.

Remember to bring a snack to share with everyone. If you forget, I’m sure there will be plenty to share anyway.

About Starla

I write/publish romance novellas and novels of several sub-genres as Starla Kaye for Blushing Books, Black Velvet Seductions, and Red Rose Publishing. I also publish romantic suspense as S. K. Fero mainly for Blushing Books. As a break away from my more serious writing efforts, I write romantic snippet stories about Blossom (a cow) and her bullfriend (Ferdinand). http://blossomandfriends.com.
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2 Responses to December 15th Writing Prompts

  1. Louise says:

    Hope to see everyone at the December meeting

  2. Nina says:

    Hi Starla,
    You’ll laugh but I thought the first three lines were all the same story prompt!
    Igbert wanted to see what it was like for Santa so he filled a bag with broken toys, put on his oldest socks, his lucky coat, and jumped down the only chiminey without smoke, yelling deeply, “Ho, Ho, help me…..”!
    Grandma’s kitchen suddenly filled with soot, the cookies ruined, festuned with ash and flour. The scrabbling noises coming from the fireplace along with the sounds of panting-filled ‘help’s galvanized Grandma into action. She flew to the hearth and with a hankie wiping her face, yelled up into the black, “who’s up there and what in the name of all that’s Christmas are you doing?”
    The rest left undone due to the sensitivity of the audience……

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