The Write Prompt October 3 2015

images-3Writing on a daily basis can become difficult. It can start right away, or the block can come mid-novel. It’s something all writers face at one time or another. Or often.

Writing and Reviews contributors commit to writing a minimum of 2 (two), 500 word (minimum) articles per week to grow their content and their audience. We encourage this to create the habit of writing, increasing the ability to write better content in less time.

What to write about? We’ll provide a daily prompt, a thought, question or a scene to inspire you. Pick any prompt from any day and write about it, these are not timed or dated exercises!

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The Write Prompt

Who is the most interesting character you’ve ever created for a story?

What was their purpose in the story?
What made them so interesting?
Did you do away with the character?
Or, did this character evolve into something else – a better version, a different story?
Was this strange character based on a real life person?
In what book(s) did this character appear?
Do you have plans for this character in the future?

You don’t have to answer all the questions, just the ones you want to. Authors are welcome to share book covers, head shots and character images!

Nanci Arvizu, Writing and Reviews Editor

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