The Featherless Bird wanted to fly again, so they started singing for feathers.
A blog for people who need help getting out of Writer's Block or would just like some extra inspiration.
The current prompts can be direct suggestions, images, quotes and phrases, or music.
I post at least one prompt every Friday, but I will accept suggestions.
Link me your submissions and I will post them along with the next prompt.
It's an interesting time we live in. We have technology that allows us to communicate with anyone, either half-way around the world or right beside us. We have the means to even travel anywhere on the planet, and with our incredible adaptability, humans can not only survive, but thrive. We can make food from almost nothing, and medicine from the limitless chemicals being discovered daily. With the right amount of money, that is.Surely, if something were to change, if an apocalypse - of any sort - were to happen, humans would see it coming and even prevent it.Right?
Also, considering that genres attached, there will be certain things included that some may find creepy or disturbing.
Viewer discretion is advised, though I don't recommend it!
[General, Interactive, Philosophical]
Maybe I'm still getting over the fact that Homestuck has ended, but I've always wanted to try an interactive story like that, albeit much shorter.
This is where everyone else comes in - the readers may chose what the protagonist will do! I've given options (A, B, C, etc) that they will vote on. The last choice will be blank, letting anyone comment ">D. _____"with whatever command they wish.
Premise:Claire is just chilling in her backyard on a chilly November evening, though she is supposed to be doing her biology homework. Nothing out of the ordinary.
But the boredom doesn't last long. Sensing the perfect opportunity for chaos, Claire's author sends her a mysterious package that only destroys her world.
Inspiration:Monos D.O.A's Friday Prompts, Issue 1. Also inspired by a running joke with my friends about which ones of us are soulless.