A Prompt for the New Year
The new year has just begun. This first week is a great time to set the tone for the rest of 2012. We all have our own goals, both writing related goals and completely separate goals, for the new year. If we take the first steps towards those goals now, we’re ahead. Don’t tell yourself you can wait to start working on something because you have the whole year. Start working on it now.
Right now I’m finishing up Birth of a Vampire, a short-ish story that will probably end up a little less than 10K. I’m also formulating a plan to edit my novel. As part of my plan to write and submit twelve pieces of fiction this year, I’m going to be writing an actually short story that I’ll be editing and submitting before February 1st. I’m not going to wait until halfway through the year. I’m tackling my goals now.
Today I’ve got a prompt that will hopefully inspire you and help you along the way to your own writing goals.
Write a scene in which two of your characters go to the marketplace in a country they’ve never been to before.
Think outside the box. Please post your first sentence in the comments section or a link to the piece if you put it on a blog.
Posted on January 6, 2012, in Inspirational, Prompts, Short Fiction, Writing and tagged fiction, prompts, short fiction, Writing, writing exercises, writing prompts. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.