Christine’s Daily Writing Prompt: Down a Dark Hall – Lois Duncan

 

10-9-2019For October, I decided to embrace the Halloween season and use titles of short stories and books discussed in the enjoyable and informative new book Monster, She Wrote: The Women Who Pioneered Horror and Speculative Fiction as my Daily Writing Prompts.  These are designed to inspire you to write a poem, prose piece, or a piece of flash fiction in 30 minutes or less.

The only rule is that you use the book title as your piece title OR integrate all the words in the title into your piece somehow

If you would like to have your piece considered for publication on Brave and Reckless and/or Whisper and the Roar, email your prompt inspired pieces to me at her.red.pen.wordsmithing@gmail.com.

You can also participate on Facebook by tagging your writing with:

  • #the title of the daily theme
  • #MonsterSheWroteChallenge
  • #braveandreckless66

or on Instagram by tagging your writing with:

  • #the title of the daily theme
  • #MonsterSheWroteChallenge
  • @christabelle1966

You can also share your response pieces in the comments below the Daily Prompt.

Down a Dark Hall

 

5 thoughts on “Christine’s Daily Writing Prompt: Down a Dark Hall – Lois Duncan

  1. Illusion of sanity
    Dredging up feelings
    Down a dark hall
    Reluctantly treading
    Reliving suppressed memories
    Void of empathy
    Desperate screams
    Darkness strangles me
    Reflection of horror
    Visual tragedy
    Dissociative revelation
    Feeling the intensity
    Buried by unforgiving clarity
    Guided by relentless strength
    Pursuit of unity within me

    xoxo
    ♥️me
    10/9/2019
    Thebrokeninsideofme.com

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