Write a story about an imaginary world or dream world.
•What does it look/feel/smell like?
•What lives there? Is it a good or a bad place?
•How do/did you get there?
•When/how are you able to leave?
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Sometimes a fleeting moment can reveal a lot about a character. Make yourself a hot cup of tea, coffee, or hot cocoa. Whatever you prefer. Cup the beverage in your hands, close your eyes and describe what you feel, taste, smell and hear. Imagine you are someone else and describe what you see, not only your surroundings but the hands, the cup, the liquid also.
•Are you holding a tea cup, a handmade mug, a styrofoam cup? Is it significant in some way?
•Why might your character have chosen this type of beverage as opposed to the others?
•Does your sensory perception of this moment trigger any memories?
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Write a story about a young girl who turns into something supernatural.
•Who was she before? Who or what is she now?
•How did it happen- A virus? A bite? A curse?
•Will she be caught? Can she Recover? Will she do any damage?
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Write a story/scene/poem/etcc. about a non-straight couple, but do not make the conflict have anything to do with their sexuality. Their relationship should just be a fact of the story.
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This is very true, I may need to use this idea for something.
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Write a story/scene/poem/etc. where a web acts as a major symbol.
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Write a story leading up to a long journey on foot.
•Where are they from and where are they going?
•Why did they have to leave?
•Who were they before they left?
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