Picture Writing Prompt Exercise #2
In an effort to get my writing mo-jo back, a good friend suggested doing several writing exercises. This is my second attempt. If you missed reading Picture Writing Prompt #1, you can take a look at it HERE.
Also, if you happen to look at any of these picture prompts and want to give the writing exercise a go, PLEASE DO and then place a link in the comments. I'd LOVE to read your take :)
The rules are: Write a beginning or end, a sentence over 35 words long (is that even possible), or write a turning point (or defining point) in a story.
HITCH HIKING SNOW WHITE
(35 words long sentence...my attempt):
When a fairy-tale character thumbs for a ride on the side of an otherwise barren road in the middle of nowhere, the only recognizable choice is to slow the car down and pull over--okay, maybe not for the big bad wolf from Red-Riding Hood, but for a super attractive Snow White... that's a no-brainer--and pulled over, I did.
There's actually something about this picture that makes me want to write more, but a 35+ sentence is a good place for now :) I can see a story with a lot of humor here.
Let me know you stopped by by leaving a comment below.
1/1/2018 12:43:48 am
Well, I am not expert at this field that is why I cannot comment whether if you're doing a great job or not. But you should keep practicing especially if you want to master this kind of style, it takes a lot of time and effort. Actually I admire you because you don't stick with the traditional form of writing. You keep on challenging yourself. Having that attitude means you are on your way being a great writer someday!
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