Writing prompt – Post apocalypse

Take a notebook to a public place. Observe  for a while. Make a note of what might change, in a post-apocalyptic world.  Now answer the following questions:Natural-History-Musuem-London

  • What causes the apocalypse?
  • What remains, one year on?
  • What’s the biggest challenge for survivors?
  • What, if anything, is positive about this post-apocalyptic world?

 

Imagine yourself as a survivor. Write for at least 15 minutes, without pausing to edit or censor. Let it flow, see where it takes you.

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Writing prompt – character development

Take a notebook to a public place. Observe someone for a moment. Make a note of their appearance, their mannerisms, and, if you are able to hear, some of their conversation.  Now imagine some extra details by creating a list of questions that you will answer about them:

Your list could include:3582448109_5d8301fc7b_z_1

  • what is their home like?
  • who lives there with them?
  • if they have a job, what is it?
  • what is their secret?
  • etc etc

Generate a list of questions. Then answer them.

Now write a scene featuring this character (make sure you give them a name).

 

Write for at least 15 minutes, without pausing to edit or censor. Let it flow, see where it takes you.

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