I did not expect such delight with each of these writing prompts no I did not.
Every time one is published the person who put them up (me, that would be me, Atlin), feels like she wrapped a Christmas present for herself.
The best part is I don't know what's in it the moment it's wrapped, because I don't know what you'll write for each prompt.
Last week I opened 'my' present to find:
The creature draws close, its silhouette blocking out the sun and though I’m expecting the worst, when the first claw touches my skin, to my surprise it doesn’t feel sharp, but kitten-soft.
Written by Anarion for the "written warning" prompt, I may or may not have (I did) flung soft furnishings after I read it. I didn't see those final half dozen words coming and that, seeing that, what is inspired by each person with the writing prompt of the week.
*throws hands in the air*
It's a gift in these trying times—and trying you know they are—it's a diversion, it, as I said before, is a tiny sort of community helping bring normality to these oh-so-interesting times.
Kitten Soft Claws and Prompts to Help You Write
It would be such a delight if you'd take part, if you'd write just a little each week, if you'd let us inspire you.
Look up above at those coloured squares and words. Have some thinky thought — but not too many! Just go with the flow, that's the point. Write something, a dozen words, a dozen times a dozen. There's no right writing, there's no wrong. The only hope is inspiration, pleasure, a bit of squee while squee is thin on the ground.
So what do you say, what will you write?