Here in the UK we are about to celebrate Bonfire Night when the skies will be full of fireworks. We have also recently enjoyed the festival of Diwali the Hindu celebration of light. So, with these events in mind the prompt this time is a series of words, all of which must be in your writing but they can be in any order.
flame, swimming, celebrated, white, tomorrow
Why not have a go at putting some prepositions in your pieces this week? Help your readers see where your character or items are.
This week we are looking for pieces written in the first person. Many of you like to write a story about hero or villain but this week it has to be about you!
The prompt is:
…as the door slammed, I knew…
Remember to put your week # at the top of your paragraph.
This week we have a very strange tale indeed! The prompt is part of a sentence and it is:
…and the dog was wearing glasses…
Things to consider:
Examples of contractions: didn't, isn't, aren't, wasn't, weren't, can't, don't, won't, doesn't, I'm, I'll, I'd, I've, would've, could've, couldn't, wouldn't, shouldn't, should've, hasn't, hadn't, haven't, mightn't, mustn't, might've, must've, it's it'll, it'd, she's, he's, she'd, he'd, she'll, he'll, they're, they've, they'll, they'd, you're, you've, you'll, you'd, we're, we've, we'd, that's, that'll, who'll, who'd, who's, what's, what'd, what'll, when'll, when's, why's, why'll, why'd, how's, how'll, how'd, where's, where'll, where'd
jack-o'-lantern, ma'am, o'clock, ne'er-do-well, cat-o'-nine-tails