Saturday Story Prompts [2017.10.28]

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1. The lighthouse pulses on the horizon, singing an endless song of home.

2. Sometimes the best thing you can do is just step back and watch the world burn.

3. Goats dot the mountainside, grazing safely out of reach and seemingly amused at her attempts to hunt them.

4. “You took a hard left at mildly annoying and never came back.”

5. Even the cats avoided that place and I’ve seen them hunt demons before.


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The lighthouse pulses on the horizon, singing an endless song of home. Saturday Story Prompt. October 28, 2017
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  1. Lauren

    With your CC, can we use these prompts verbatim in a novel and then publish it? Or would you consider that “reselling” it as a prompt? Thank you so much! These are fantastic!

    1. Martha Bechtel

      Verbatim is fine by me as long as it’s not just a prompt! So novels, short stories, poems, part of an epic art project– whatever! ๐Ÿ˜€ Just as long as I don’t end up getting in sued for continuing to sell them as prompts, I’m happy. Heck, if someone does end up using it in something else, I’d love to know! I’d be more than happy to help promote the heck out of other folks creative things that grow out of my random plot bunnies. ๐Ÿ™‚

      1. Lauren

        Thank you so much! I am working on publishing my novel through Kindle Scout, so if you’d like, I could send you the link once my campaign has begun so you can see what it has been put toward (and vote for its publication, if you feel so inclined)!

        Again, thank you so much for your kindness and generosity!

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