It's that time again, and I'm just squeezing in this post before heading out for a day of work. Working one day a week at the moment, it's tough I tell you!
Today Leanne has the prompts to delight those writing taste buds ...
Three weeks down, one to go! Can you believe we're rounding out January already? How are those New Year resolutions coming along?
Well, if you resolved to write more or to explore your creative side, you're invited to participate in our weekly Writer Wednesday Blog Hop. Check it out!
Here are the awesome story entries from last week's prompt:
Tea and Other Things by Veronica Fitzhugh
(Welcome to the blog hop Veronica!)
Back Home by Debb Stanton
The Airplane Ride by Scott Taylor
New Plan by Leanne Sype
Changes by Sally Stackhouse
They're Coming by HJ Musk
Here is the short version of the how the blog hop works. For the complete instructions click here:
- We ask that you try to keep your story to approximately 500 words, give or take.
- Please remember that the photos used are the property of the hostess for that week (unless otherwise stated). Please do not share these photos as your own (ie: give proper credit when using as a part of your hop and please do not use anywhere else on your blog). And please refrain from adding other photos to your blog story.
- While not strictly mandatory, we do ask that you reference the blog hop (a link back to here or to the WWBH page for 2015 –http://tainiwrites.wordpress.com/writer-wednesday-blog-hop-2/2015-writer-wednesday-blog-hop/ – would be nice) so that others might join in.
- Link your story through the blue frog at bottom of the prompt by the following Tuesday (direct link to story, not your whole blog, please). If you are unable or need help, contact your hop hostess via the comments:Leanne, Heather, or Tena
- Most important of all – Have Fun! Take your writing seriously, but let those creative juices flow! Don’t fret/panic/pass out/hyperventilate/lose sleep/run in fear over the blog hop, instead let this be an exercise in letting the imagination run wild while staying within the discipline of flash-fiction—short and compelling!
Last but not least, here are your prompt photos for this week.
Remember to work both photos into your story: