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The Return of Ten Weeks, Ten Prompts, Ten Minutes!

I have been re-reading my Ten Weeks, Ten Prompts, Ten Minutes posts from last year, and I have decided to start them once again. They’re pretty self explanatory- I have one prompt a week for ten weeks, and allow myself ten minutes to expand on it.

Last time, I created ten prompts in advance, this time, I have picked ten prompts from my writing prompt ebook: Prompt Me. And just like last time, you are welcome to join in with the exercises and use the prompts for your own expansions. Just remember to tag me, so I can read your masterpieces.

Here are the prompts:

  1. What would you do if every book on your bookshelf has a page turned down and the first word of every page spells out a message to you?
  2. When they began splicing organic tissue with machinery to create advanced artificial intelligence, that’s when the world was lost.
  3. The moon is an engineered structure built for the purpose of observation. Someone of something has been watching us.
  4. What would you do if you were woken by a ringing phone in your coffin?
  5. In total, sixteen ships came to rescue us. That meant that only sixteen thousand humans had survived the death of earth.
  6. “There are a number of things to remember: don’t make eye contact, do not accept any food or liquid, and if she scratches her ear she is planning to kill you.”
  7. “When I said come bearing gifts it was code for weapons. I can’t believe you brought cheesecake.”
  8. They said that I was insane and that I never had a sister. They even went as far as to edit her out of my photographs. I know they did because they missed one- the one I keep in my locket.
  9. “As soon as I admit that someone is my friend they end up dead. So, for all intents and purposes, I don’t like you.”
  10. What would you do if the news reporter on your television started talking directly to you?

I have prompt one scheduled for tomorrow, so keep your eyes peeled. Why not have a bash yourself?

Content belongs to KJ.Chapman.

Any prompts used must be associated with the author, KJ.Chapman.

Prompts taken from KJ.Chapman’s book: Prompt Me: 150 Writing Prompts for Beating the Block. Only 99p!





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