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“Don’t say it.” “Say what?” “Evil has risen, just like you said it would.” “I wouldn’t dare.” Any stories from this prompt submitted using my contacts page have a chance to be published on my site with a link to your page. Have fun writing!
"The last person you speak to on your eighteenth birthday is either the person you will end up with or the person who will kill you. Write about going to a traveling circus show on that day." Any stories from this prompt submitted using my contacts page have a chance to be published on my… Continue reading Story Prompt #8
"You are given a car with unlimited gas and mileage. The only catch is that you can never stay in a place more than two days. Write a story about your travels on the road." Any stories from this prompt submitted using my contacts page have a chance to be published on my site with… Continue reading Story Prompt #7
You are the first person to travel to the moon in fifty years. You arrive and all forms of communication with Earth drop. You step out and you’re greeted by a large group in spacesuits. One steps forward and looks at you curiously. “You escaped, too?” Any stories from this prompt submitted using my… Continue reading Story Prompt #6
"Two mountain climbers have reached the summit they never thought they could get to. Tell the story of them making their way back down." If you need help with the setting, check out my post on How to Write a Cold Weather Scene. Any stories from this prompt submitted using my contacts page have… Continue reading Story Prompt
“I told you we would get in trouble.” “And I told you we wanted to get in trouble. It’s all part of the plan.” “You know I never listen to those things.”