Category: Saturday Story Prompts

Saturday Story Prompts are a weekly collection of five short snippits of story meant to spark a story and send your plot bunnies hopping!

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    Saturday Story Prompts [2009.10.24]

    1. Nothing says ‘I love you’ quite like destroying a national monument, but on the whole she was beginning to regret dating someone who’s superpowers focused on expansion instead of compression… diamonds might be cheesy, but at least they were portable. 2. Old age wasn’t anything to look forward to– at least before scientists perfected […]

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    Saturday Story Prompts [2009.10.17]

    Plot bunnies love a prompt to nibble on, so try feeding them grand promises, obnoxious messengers, traveling stews, habitual hope, and sidekick ever-afters!

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    Saturday Story Prompts [2009.10.10]

    1. The news had said pieces of the wreck were scattered on impact, but she hadn’t really grasped the fact that she’d be finding parts of the plane in her fields for years afterwords. 2. One of the more disturbing things about being told the aliens you’d found were roughly as intelligent as pigs, was […]

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  • Thunderstorms clustered around the mountain where they hid, gnawing at the rocks with acid rains and electrical fury. Saturday Story Prompt. October 3, 2009

    Saturday Story Prompts [2009.10.03]

    Fan the embers of a flagging story with writing prompts about river rebuilds, grumpy greenery, hangry tipping points, deadly storms, and exponential punishments!

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  • Heather was the kind of dog that children dream of having. Saturday Story Prompt. September 26, 2009

    Saturday Story Prompts [2009.09.26]

    1. It always rained in the morning, soft and slow as if the ever-present clouds were shaking off the night. 2. There were no such things as Evil Wizards, not anymore. Susan had found that there were very few limits on what a god could do, even one who’d won her godhood by deeds instead […]

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