26. Post-War oppression & depression ( this was my winning topic last year – i wrote it from the perspective of a scarred war veterans’ emotionally abused child)
I also commend you in your point concerning finding hope and light in darkness ( war, death, etc.) and i am going to write about that! Possibly with an Amish girl as the protagonist? thank you again for inspiring me. I also hope to be a great writer some day.
You’re welcome, Arieda. I love your elevator prompt! You could also do it with characters from your novel as a test to see how each would behave in an elevator with a celebrity. That could tell you a lot about your characters. Good one!
Thank you for reading this and making me matter.
When I’m stuck and can’t come up with a character or a title, I just skip it. The important thing is to keep writing. You can always come back later and add names and titles. Here’s how I do it:
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There are many reasons for such behaviour, but the most common is when people have complexes; they want to seem higher so they make other people seem lower because it’s harder to grow than to lower others. Or they are religious fanatics; fanaticism makes people blind.
Ooh, great prompts! Thanks for sharing these!
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That’s great Camille! Good luck with your story!
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I like to use the question “what would happen if …. ”
Sometimes people hate, give offence and sometimes even kill other people because of their differences such as nationality, religion, and even preferring another football team.
Who am I and why are you so different?
ooh those are cool… how about:
He cradled her, taking in all of her burdens as he swept her hair back from her face and stroked her cheek in a gentle calming motion.