Wednesdays Visual Writing Prompt

ship-in-stormWednesdays Visual Writing Prompt

Challenge

Use this prompt to think outside the box, to go somewhere with your writing that you had never dare go before. See what kind of magic you can work with that brilliant mind of yours. You are a storyteller so this will be a breeze.

Maybe you could use this prompt to add a scene to the current book you are writing. Maybe you could start a short story that you can give away for free to subscribers of your blog. A picture like this can spark ideas you may never have considered.

The Rules

There aren’t really many rules, just enough to get your blog some attention and get new people interested in your writing or the current book you have to offer.

  • Write in any genre you like – poetry too
  • Tag this post in your post (share this post to your WordPress blog as a new post) so I can find you (it will ping back to this post), then I can check out your work, and promote you on my social sites. Or share your response to the writing challenge in the comments section below.
  • You have until the following Tuesday to complete this writer’s prompt, then I will be posting a new one on the following day, next Wednesday.

If you have any suggestions for future Wednesday Visual Writing Prompts, please let me know in the comments:-)

I look forward to reading your writing.

(if you post past the deadline I will do my best to read your work and share it on my social networks as time permits).

Have Fun!

5 thoughts on “Wednesdays Visual Writing Prompt”

  1. Reblogged this on The Hero's Inferno and commented:
    “On falling in love with Hook”

    A deep dark storm
    Brewing inside his eyes
    Yes in the sky too
    That is how he found me I suppose
    We were creatures of a darker time
    He reined me in close
    But he is a captain and his duty takes him so far away from me
    Chasing shadows in the night
    When he is taming beasts of the sea and commanding a fleet of men I melt to my knees he is so strong
    But those shadows always come
    Lurching in the background, hanging by the masts always in my atmosphere
    Oh and he delights in the chase
    I see a different man then
    No not a man a lost boy
    It’s time to go a ship is no place for a lady
    But the hook it stays in so deep
    I try to stand tall but I can’t compete
    I think he’ll throw me to crocodiles some day soon

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