Wednesday, July 25, 2012

Snapshot Reveal

This week, Tena Carr has taken a crack at putting together our prompt. Her photo looks ... normal. The words look ... interesting. I can't wait to see what those twisted writing minds of yours come up with. :-D


First, let's take a look at last week's offerings.

As you know I have joined Carrie Sorensen of Chasing Revery and Nicole Pyles of The World of My Imagination for the

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Don’t forget  Carrie’s & Nicole’s new incentive if you join in the weekly writing prompts, so make sure you go by and check out what prizes they’re offering! And if you are photographer, make sure to check out this post on how to submit your photographs.
I am honored to be able to choose this weeks Photo and Five Words, which I will be putting below – But First the RULES (hey even us returners need reminders)

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 maximum.
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) We were going to tell you to not take this too seriously, but reconsidered it because we know full well that asking writers to write something means that they will take it seriously. So, take it seriously, but don't fret/panic/pass out/hyperventilate/lose sleep/run in fear over it.

Here is this week's photo taken by Tena Carr:

Here are your five words:


Good luck, and don't forget to connect your story by clicking the little blue guy. (Note - the name section is what appears as the link name, so you can add your story title along with or instead of your name.)


  1. LOL yeah not much exciting about my picture was there... I kept lookign around trying to find something suitable, but nothing "worked". The words were randomly chosen (via close eyes, flip & point method) from a dictionary.

    Now all I have to do is come up w/ a story (easy right since it's my picture -- Not so much).

    1. No, it's a great picture! It's just screaming to twist it into something more than meets the eye. Just you wait and see what everyone writes this week. Then you'll be thinking, "My picture inspired all that?"

      And no, picking the picture does not make for an easier writing week. Sometimes, it even makes it harder.


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