Wednesday, April 18, 2012

Wednesday Snapshot

So sorry for the late post, but here it is! I've taken a bit of creative liberty and named our little project the
Wednesday Snapshot.

I had a chance to check out the stories from last week, and I absolutely love the interpretations. Remember, you can still submit yours at last week's post for the rest of the day. Of course, if it's late, we'll still read and enjoy. ;-)

So, check out Nicole's post below. I love the new photo she's presented for us and I'm sure it will inspire lots of thoughts, so share them below along with your own 500 words. (My comments in rose.)

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Welcome back to Writer Wednesday Blog Hop! If you missed last week, the prompt photo and five words are still open for you to link up. There were just a couple people who went through with the prompt, so make sure you check out their post. Carrie K. Sorensen (me) had an amazing post on her blog story called, "Picassa's Bridge" over at: . And then of course, feel free to check out mine (which is super funny). And not to mention, Randy Lindsay's blog (really good dialogue) who also took part in the post!

And joining me again is Carrie K Sorensen (me again) at Chasing Revery and Jane Bussey at A Writer's Muses!

And just to throw this out there, if anyone else wants to co-host, let us know in the comments! There more that get involved the better!

So here are the rules:

1) There will be one photo, and five words - both of those elements must be a feature in the brief story you create.
2) There is also a 500 word minimum.
3) You have until the next Wednesday to create your post.
4) When you have finished your post, come back here and link up below and let me (or whoever your blog host is) know in the comments that you have done so!
5) I was going to tell you to not take this too seriously, but reconsidered it because I know full well asking writers to write something means that they will take it seriously. So, take it seriously, but don't fret/panic/pass out/hyperventalate/lose sleep/run in fear over it.

The Photo (Taken from This Link)

Big wheel

Words (Randomly generated from this link)

  1. Asylum
  2. Miner
  3. Remote Control
  4. Spine
  5. Swimming
Now, you can create a dialogue, short story, a brief scene, description, poem, or anything else you can think of, but remember - it has to be less than 500 words and you have to use the five words above. And it has to relate to the photo in some way!

Don't forget - you have until the blog hop next week to make up a post. So, feel free to come back to this post between now and then.

I will post my own little something following this, and to be fair, I won't actually start writing this until the blog hop is posted.

And as usual, feel free to take a button to promote the hop:

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