Today’s prompts are – A Historian – A Swarm – China – A horse – Farming
China doesn’t have to be the place, it can be fine china, bone china, and a girl’s name anything that first comes to your mind. There are some good themes here, a lot to think about. Again I will reiterate that it doesn’t have to be based on a fantasy genre if that is not your thing, you can make this into poetry if you want; this is flexible for you.
Today’s daily prompts are – A furniture restorer – A Yorkshire terrier – An Earthquake – A Serpent – The Future
Remember if you don’t have anything come to mind, you can look up pictures of two or more of the word prompts in DeviantArt.com or Pinterest etc. to give you some ideas and you don’t have to just concentrate on stories, you can write descriptions, or poetry, anything that you want, even paint something if it inspires you! You are also not limited by genre either; you don’t have to concentrate on fantasy or horror themes if that is not your thing.
Everything is opened to your own interpretation, your style, your imagination, do whatever you want with these ideas, it is to help you, not me and you don’t have to impress me, it is all about you!
How can these prompts get you back into a creative mind-set? That’s all it is, a bit of fun and a bit of brain exercise.
Sorry for a late daily prompt, my internet has been tetchy since we made the decision to go fibre or what not. I am not very good with technical terms. We have been losing internet for hours on end for a couple of days now, don’t know when the next time I can post. So I am trying to put as much up on schedule as possible just in case I lose the internet for a longer period of time. I remember a few years ago I lost the internet for about nine weeks solid, I really hope it isn’t going to happen again!
Today’s prompts are – A Badger – A Dress – Revenge – A Gelert – A gold mine
Now for those who may not have heard of a Gelert before, it is a Welsh mythological ghost dog.
The origin of the story is this;
Prince Llewellyn had a dog which he named Gelert. The dog was very faithful and one of the best dogs this prince ever owned. But one day the prince decided not to go hunting with Gelert, when he came back he went into the nursery and found blood spattered all over the hound and on the walls of the nursery; thinking the worst the prince blamed the dog for attacking the baby and not hearing any sounds of the baby he immediately plunged his sword into the heart of the dog, killing it instantly! Upon further inspection of the baby a servant discovered that there was a massive dead wolf next to the baby and the baby was completely unharmed and asleep, the blood had been from the wolf not his son. Full of remorse the prince carried the dog that had protected his child and dug a grave just outside the castle walls and gave the dog a proper burial. Ever since, the dog’s spirit is said to roam the area protecting humans from danger of any vicious animal and even supposedly demons and witches nearby.
This is one of the many stories of the legend of The Gelert.
As you can see with prompt words like these, there is a lot to play with, especially incorporating the old legend within your own piece of work!
Today’s daily prompts are – Motorbikes – Troll – Space – Flowers – An adoption
Now there is a lot here to play with, very interesting I think – fantasy meets Sci-Fi definitely, or maybe not maybe space could also be personal space? A lot to think about with this one, so many takes and meanings.
Have fun with it.
Today’s daily prompts are – Daisy – A crab – A sickness – Evil king – grapes
This is interesting; there are a few things that come to my mind here with these prompts.
Here are a couple of suggestions;
An evil king poisons a mermaid he wants to possess by making her eat poisoned grapes and her only saviour is her friend, a crab called Daisy.
Alternatively the story could be that a crab makes an evil king good again by making him sick and dependant on the kindness of others – a moral to the story is usually a popular notion.
Anyway, the prompts are yours to play with and as always, have fun!
Today daily prompts are – A footman – getting lost – Scandinavia – A letter – Halloween
Some intriguing ideas here, something fun to play with; this is one I will have to remember for a short story, possibly not a novel but who knows where it will take me?
Anyway, play with this one, this one is fun!
As always, good luck with your writing and have fun!
Today’s daily prompts are – Dancing – Cyclops – Being eaten by a monster – a chest of drawers and a diamond
Remember if you are stuck on ideas, go to DeviantArt.com and Pinterest etc. to find images of two or more word prompts to find art that will stimulate your imagination.
Good luck with your writing and have fun.
Today’s daily prompts are – Being under siege – A nun – A post office – A skateboard – A barmaid
Oh my goodness this has caused some laughs here I can tell you! There is a lot to play with here, imagination is key, as well as not always taking things as they come!
To me this is a good prompt, very imaginative, pure luck by random generator and there is so much to write about and no, I can’t be lead down the garden path on this one because as I have said countless times, I am extremely busy with other projects.
But this is for you, not me, so have fun with this one, this one is going to be tons of fun for you, I can tell!
Today’s daily prompts are – Princess – Rabbit – Gold necklace – A university – a helping hand
Now this one has me stumped but it is not an impossible idea to play with, what will you come up with?
Today’s prompts are – Whale – Skull – Being Stuck – Friendship – recycling
Hmm, with the currents affairs concentrating on plastic pollution this prompt is giving me some good ideas.
What about you?
Have fun with this.