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Write with Chris and Millie (Week 18)

Every week my writer friend Millie and I alternate providing each other with writing prompts. We then allow ourselves one week to come up with a short story based on that prompt. This has been a fun exercise in both practising writing and devising plot hooks. You can see many of my stories on this site if you search for the Short Story tag.

We share the weekly prompts here and on Twitter – search the hashtag  #writewithchrisandmillie – so that anyone else who is in the mood for a writing exercise can join in too.

This week’s prompt is:

Jaxon didn’t get a lot of letters, so one detailing an unpaid debt was a surprise. What made it particularly surprising was that the debt could not be settled with money…

Good luck!

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#writewithchrisandmillie, Writing Prompt

Write with Chris and Millie (Week 17)

Every week my writer friend Millie and I alternate providing each other with writing prompts. We then allow ourselves one week to come up with a short story based on that prompt. This has been a fun exercise in both practising writing and devising plot hooks. You can see many of my stories on this site if you search for the Short Story tag.

We’ve recently decided that we’re going to start sharing the weekly prompts so that anyone else who is in the mood for a writing exercise can join in too. I’ve started sharing them on Twitter – search the hashtag #writewithchrisandmillie – and I’ll also post them here each week.

This week’s prompt is:

There was a bird on the horizon, swooping gracefully through the air. It was a majestic sight. The only concerning thing was the fact that there was no oxygen outside.

Good luck!

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#writewithchrisandmillie, Writing Prompt

Write with Chris and Millie (Week 16)

For the past 16 weeks I’ve been taking part in a writing prompt exercise with Millie, a fellow writer and close friend of mine. Every Monday we alternate providing each other with writing prompts. We then allow ourselves one week to come up with a short story based on that prompt. This has been a fun exercise in both practising writing and devising plot hooks. You can see many of my stories on this site if you search for the Short Story tag.

We’ve recently decided that we’re going to start sharing the weekly prompts so that anyone else who is in the mood for a writing exercise can join in too. I’ve started sharing them on Twitter – search the hashtag #writewithchrisandmillie – and I’ll also post them here each week.

This week’s prompt is:

He read the shipment labels again. 01, 02…04, 05. Yeah, that was definitely going to be a problem, he thought.

Good luck!

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