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Contemplations Sitting up on a roof, especially at night, is not something encouraged by most parents. Julia Valdez, with her lack of supervision, could do it as much as she pleased.Contemplations by PhoenixOfWildfires
The evening air was warm and surprisingly humid. Clouds from the west had long since covered any light remaining from the sunset. There must be rain on the way.
“The clouds are really dark.” Julia said, looking out the window. She took a bite out of the apple. “Prob’ly gonna rain soon.”
“Julia, don’t talk with food in your mouth.” Her mother told her. She too looked out at the sky. “We should probably cover some things up. Will you help me that?”
Julia froze. It felt as if a knot had formed in her stomach, choking her, and tightening by the second. Calm down she told herself. That part of your life is over. Crying won
42 Writing Prompts IHere are 42 writing prompts if you're having trouble coming up with something to write about or having a hard time getting started. You can use any of these in any kind of story you want. Make it funny. Make it horrifying. Make it heart-wrenching. And yes, I'd like to see what you guys come up with. I'll make more of these as I come up with more ideas, but I need to know what you'd guys like... the more "down-to-earth" ideas or the most speculative ideas? The idea ones or the first line ones?42 Writing Prompts I by MrEnter
An eight-year-old girl wins a doll at the county fair, and soon discovers that its allows her to control the minds of adults.
A fifteen-year-old boy is thrust 30 years into the future where he learns that he's become a tyrannical dictator guilty for numerous tragedies. A resistance movement in the future debate whether it's worth it to send him back, or if they're willing to risk a massive paradox.
Write a story from the point of view of an aging house who, for the first time, has someone move in: