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Daily Writing Prompt #38

Daily Writing Prompt #38

You kiss your kids goodbye on a steamy August morning as you head to work, the two of them getting ready for school. When you come home that night, the kids are already home — all three of them. They all greet you as, “Daddy,” and your wife shows no concern that...
Daily Writing Prompt #37

Daily Writing Prompt #37

Santa Claus may not be real, buy with each passing year, you find it harder and harder to explain who is leaving those great gifts for you on Christmas morning … even though you live alone. ← Daily Writing Prompt #36 Daily Writing Prompt #38 → Want more...
Daily Writing Prompt #36

Daily Writing Prompt #36

Santa Claus may not be real, buy with each passing year, you find it harder and harder to explain who is leaving those great gifts for you on Christmas morning … even though you live alone. ← Daily Writing Prompt #35 Daily Writing Prompt #37 → Want more...
Daily Writing Prompt #35

Daily Writing Prompt #35

It’s getting close to Christmas, and you take your family out to one of those you- cut Christmas tree places. With every swing of the axe you hear a scream. No one else in your family seems to notice. ← Daily Writing Prompt #34 Daily Writing Prompt #36 →...
Daily Writing Prompt #34

Daily Writing Prompt #34

They say if you’re outside and you feel a cold spot, it’s a ghost crossing your path. You think ghosts feel warm spots and say that it’s a person who has crossed their path? What do you think the world looks like from a ghost’s perspective?...
Daily Writing Prompt #33

Daily Writing Prompt #33

You move into a new house, and while you’re cleaning out one of the closets you find a box on the top shelf. When you pull it down, a baseball card falls off and lands face-up: it’s one of your favorite players of all-time, an old-timer who is still alive. The...
Daily Writing Prompt #32

Daily Writing Prompt #32

It’s late August, and you pull to a stoplight behind a school bus marked with the name of a school district you’ve never heard of before. As you sit and wait for the light to turn, the back door of the bus opens, and zombie kids hop out and start marching...
What Is Setting in Writing?

What Is Setting in Writing?

Setting is the background against which you tell your story. At its most basic, setting includes the place and time of your tale — the where and when. But to really nail setting and tap into its power to grip the reader and pull him into your world, you need to...

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