July 12, 2016 ~ JF

I’m sorry to have flaked on this one guys. I did write something, but it sparked an idea that I can’t let go of for a writing challenge. What I can tell you is the prompt was: Using a random word generator, generate one of every part of […]

July 11, 2016 ~ JF

“Write a list of 15 songs (like a mix tape) that you would use to tell someone you hate them. None of the songs can have “hate” or “you” in the title. Include links to each of the songs so people can listen to them.” A Playlist for […]

July 10, 2016 ~ JF

“Write a short rhyming poem inspired by the last novel you read.” All apologies. I suck at poetry. That’s sort of my husband’s wheelhouse. Besides, the main character of the last novel I read (re-read, let’s be honest) hates poetry. But here goes.   Hair the color of […]

July 9, 2016 ~ JF

“Think of a word. Search it on Google Images. Write something inspired by the 7th image.” Plateau She could hear the drone hovering, not that far overhead, so she knew the cameras were watching. Why had she agreed to this? Sure, if they won it would pay for […]

July 8, 2016 ~ JF

“Imagine that you are unable to leave the room that you’re in for the next 7 days. Chronicle each of the seven days using only 50 words each.” Day One Don’t know what happened. Maybe an earthquake or a bomb. I remember a loud noise and then jolting, […]

July 6, 2016 ~ JF

“Write a poem, 12 rhyming lines, about getting increasingly drunk.” Friday Someone unqualified seems to be in charge of the jukebox, But the bartender is a next level raven haired fox. Do I want tequila, whiskey, vodka, gin? You ready to pour? I’m going all in. What’s this […]

July 5, 2016 ~ JF

“Write a conversation about a man who calls a wrong number and ends up talking to an angry woman. End the conversation with the line ‘Well, I suppose so’.” Ed reached into the back pocket of his jeans for his cell. It slipped from his grasp and fell […]

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