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The Daily Special — Dec 5th

Fiction Prompt

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Welcome to the month of December, PW writers and readers! Things are going to be a bit different around here this month. Mon, Wed, Fri, and Sun will all be fiction! Tues, Thurs, and Sat will all be poetry! There will be a Weekly Special posted every Monday, but there will not be a Weekend Challenge this month. What is going to make December fun is that you may use fiction prompts to write poetry and poetry prompts to write fiction! Or, use the prompts as is. Let’s get on with the prompting, shall we?

Today’s Fiction prompt

Your doorbell rings. When you open the door, you find only a gift. You decide what the gift is, who it is from, and if it makes you happy, sad, or indifferent. Write the scene or a complete story.

Yes, you may write a poem about this!

Word Length — 500 words.
Restriction — word length

‘Restrictions’ are to challenge you as a writer. However, with everything else here at PW, use these prompts in any way that allows the creative juices to flow.

Write promptly and enjoy! And don’t forget about the Monthly Theme!

Ravyne Hawke, EIC

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Ravyne Hawke

Ravyne Hawke

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Writing Coach, Poet, Fiction Writer, Essayist, Artist, Dreamer | “Enlightenment is when a wave realizes it is the Ocean” ~Thich Nhat Hanh