You’re the lunatic who set out on this masochistic endeavor of a lifetime, so you’re the masochistic lunatic who’s going to finish it.
A poem written by Alberto Montero using prompt #12. You can find Alberto on Twitter @ShadowHombre and @Montero_MD, or on his blog http://www.365project2020.com!
What you are writing has nothing to do with you-the-writer and everything to do with the story you are telling. What you want only matters to the extent that the story wants it too.
Submitted by Moira King You can follow my shenanigans on Twitter @de_moira_lize!
Write a story or poem using only the first lines of the notes on your phone. Email your screenshots to firstname.lastname@example.org to have them featured in the Creative Content page!
Write a story where one character is a time traveler and the other is immortal.
As it happens, these three things are also super relevant when it comes to developing your characters. And by developing your characters, I mean figuring what who the fuck your characters are, and what the fuck they’re doing.
Write a short story told entirely through emails or text messages exchanges.
In the form of journal entries, write a story by providing short glimpses into a person’s life at different stages.
There’s something strange about Mary.
Real people in real-life situations are not always driven through the manuscripts of their lives by a single, all-encompassing goal. So if your story doesn’t have one, don’t freak out just yet.