Sunday, 1 November 2009

The First

GOOD LUCK
and remember if you're stuck
this blog and others will be
offering NaNoWriMo
prompts & pictures
during November.

And here is my first list of writing prompts:

Fall
Smiling Blue Alien
Resting Guitar
Yellow Lead
Polaroid
Post-it Notes
Coat of Arms
Buddha

17 comments:

Natalie L. Sin said...

Buddha!

Alan W. Davidson said...

Yeah, Buddha and post-it notes have caught my eye...and thanks for the luck!

John Pender said...

Really wish I could participate, but November happens to be the busiest month out of the year for me.

Cate Gardner said...

Good luck, Alan... I'm hoping some of the prompts encourage a few shorts from me this month.

Laura Eno said...

Thanks for being a great cheerleader/shoulder to cry on? :)

Cate Gardner said...

I always have tissues...

Rebecca Nazar said...

Lovin' fall. Both as noun and verb. :-)

K.C. Shaw said...

I'm 800 words in and already realizing I don't want to write this particular story. I'm so, so tempted to throw it away and start using random prompts for something goofy and fun instead of serious. I don't always have to be serious, right?

Besides, post-it notes and Buddha just go together like bananas and ice cream, right?

Cate Gardner said...

Let the madness begin... :D

Jamie Eyberg said...

I am rather fond of the Polaroid prompt.

Cate Gardner said...

Then I be happy...

Aaron Polson said...

Yellow lead...now if silver bullets are for werewolves...

Cate Gardner said...
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Cate Gardner said...

Aaron - apologies in advance for the pain I am going to inflict on you in a few days. :D

katey said...

Hell, I'm not doing Nano and I feel the need to write something now. I love prompts, they make the oddest things happen, as you were saying this morning.

Danielle Ferries said...

Ah, yes, the madness has indeed begun.

Jodi Lee said...

Good luck everyone!