As always, we have additional writing prompt choices to offer those of you interested in a challenge.
These are from Louise Pelzl.
- Everyone needs to learn to do an elevator pitch. What is it, you ask? Pretend you are on an elevator, and you have seconds to interest someone; editor, agent or anyone in your story. It should only be two to three sentences and should give a description of your novel or short story.
- Who is the person from history that you would most like to meet and talk to? Why? What would you like to ask?
- I had never seen it used as a weapon before, but when he tried to attack me with a _______, I couldn’t help but laugh. I wasn’t going to let him take the treasure from me-I needed to save a life. (Write a story that follows these lines.)
- Describe the one thing that gives you the most comfort.
This is a photo postcard from Jim Potter to be used as a prompt idea.