October Writing Challenge

Monster season is upon us, and what better way to celebrate than to write some tales of horror? This writing challenge was originally for me, but I figured I would share it. The prompt list contains 30 days (so 1 free/make-up day), and it can be used for both fiction and poetry. Happy writing.

Writing Prompt (Post-Apocalyptic)

A Single Drop of Ocean:  The Dream Journal of Frederick Willspin Avery  Drawing on the global and temporal experiences showcased in David Mitchell's Cloud Atlas, this additional chapter argues that the different perspectives in the book each showcase how unity comes at a price. More specifically, unity can only be achieved if certain powers are …

Gone

Think of the most deafening sound you can imagine. Describe it in great detail, and have your character hear it for the first time at the start of a story.   The world enclosed with fog, and the colors blurred. Gavin blinked and gazed around trying to find which way was up and which way …