Dave Farmer continues the story of Jacob and Felicity in Secrets.
Please let me know if I missed anyone!
VISUAL ART ENTRIES
Christina Deubel Has another brilliant entry that is also a visual prompt for this weeks theme.
Now, on to this weeks prompts!
THE RULES (FEEL FREE TO BREAK THEM):
The rules are simple: Write between 50 to 1,500 words based on the photo of your choice. Title, genre, and type (i.e. story, very short story, dialogue only, poem, lyrics, etc.) are your choice just indicate which visual prompt you chose (if you want to include the photo in your post, just click photo, then copy the link). No deadline unless you would like a link to appear on the weekly post with the new photos — then you must complete it before 12 pm ET (GMT -5) on the Sunday following this post. If you want to share your piece after the deadline just leave a comment for others to follow. There are plenty of fantastic word prompts, theme prompts, and other challenges out there, so if a photo helps with one of those, feel free to combine and have fun! If you don’t have a blog but want to join just email indigospider (dot) indigospider (at) gmail (dot) com (or use the contact page) to see what we can work out.
As always, everything is optional, it is all about having fun and being inspired.
THE VISUAL PROMPTS:
Note to all the visual artists: Please send a link to check out your portfolio if you are willing to give me permission to use your work in a future prompt.
Remember: Please include a credit to the original artist. You can copy the link to the photo so when it displays on your blog it will include the credit I include under each photo. Or, if you prefer the ‘clean’ look of the photo without a caption, please include a note somewhere on your post giving credit. Thank you!
This week is all about want, need, desire, yearning, unfulfilled wishes.
- As a writing exercise, when suffering with writers block, one technique is to simply tell me what you want.
- What is the character missing? What does someone want vs. what they need?
- Tell a story of desire, deep and dark or silly. Tell a story of desire so strong it becomes obsessive and controlling
- Yearning and unfulfilled wishes/dreams often make good love stories… ever experience unrequited love?
I think you get the idea. Interpret this weeks theme however your wish. Or don’t. Use a photo and forget the twist, all up to you!
Remember, the rules are only there for those who need that kind of thing. The theme and visual prompts are there for you to use any way you choose. You can use just the photo, you can use just the twist, you can combine them with other prompts you find out there in the wild wacky world of internet-land, you can write more or less, you can paint/photograph and write if you are one of those multi-talented types. Heck, if you want to sculpt or create some sort of street art or activist stamp I sure as heck will post whatever link you send me!
That’s it, go forth and create. Next weeks post will include links to all participants who either create a ping-back, drop a comment, send me a tweet (#sundaypicturepress or @theindigospider), or email.