Need writing ideas for March? How about…
Wyoming District Will Open 1- Student School Next Fall
There are several ideas that jumped to my mind for this one. You could write a story from the child’s POV or the teacher’s. And since there are two schools with one student a few miles apart, you could make a pan-apocalyptic adventure. The whole thing is riddled with metaphor and symbolic opportunities – you do you!
How Accurate are Hollywood Star Maps?
Oh!! This one lit my brain right up. What if…someone finds a mansion not on the Star Map, and they decide to go exploring?
Art is a great place to find characters, settings, and ideas. Many museums have collections online that are free to use. All you need is a computer and some time.
Bertha Morisot by Edouard Manet
The museum’s description of this painting is a writing prompt in itself. A work of historical fiction just waiting to be written – maybe by you!
Imagine writing a character devolving toward a tragic end, but told in poetry or letters!
You can emulate the real-life, doomed Bonnie & Clyde. Apparently, Bonnie wrote poetry as a way to cope, or maybe just to chronicle, her life on the run. I find this absolutely fascinating, and would totally read someone’s spin on this.
Thanks for reading!