Seductive Saturdays’

Romantic Rendezvous by Mark Morris

Daily SaturdaysDon’t miss this entry to the picture prompt by Mark Morris.

If you need a reminder of the image for this week’s seductive Saturday, click here.

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[WR101 Prompt Series] Seductive Saturdays' – Prompt #10

I’m using pictures as the inspiration for this week’s theme. Your seductive Saturday image is brought to you by Ferran Jordà and can be found on flickr. The image is entitled Loving sunset.

Loving sunset

Have fun 🙂


 

Welcome to the WR101 Prompt Series. A daily prompt incorporating our love of fiction in all its forms.

I’ve tried not to set too many rules, but there are a few guidelines:

  • Create a post based on the prompt and provide a pingback or link in the comments section of the relevant page.
  • Any form of fiction is welcome; flash-fiction, micro-fiction, stories on a postcard, poetry – you don’t need to put labels on it, you just need to write.
  • Follow the theme on each given day. Here is a breakdown of the week by genre:

Mystery on Mondays’ – a place for mystery and suspense.

Thrilling Tuesdays’ – for all things related to the crime and thriller genres.

Weird and Whacky Wednesdays’ – for stories of a comedic nature.

Terrifying Thursdays’ – for tales of horror.

Fictional Fridays’ – a catch-all prompt for general fiction

Seductive Saturdays’ – a place for romance

Sci-Fi Sundays’ – take us to new worlds.

That’s it! Be respectful of others’ work and always provide constructive feedback.

If you have any suggestions for these prompts, please contact me.

I hope you enjoy the prompt series and look forward to reading your contributions.

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[WR101 Prompt Series] Seductive Saturdays' – Prompt #9

The theme for this week is all about the song and requires you to  write a short story based on a song title. You don’t have to base it on the lyrics. As long as it’s linked to the appropriate genre, and includes an interpretation of the song.

The song title for Saturday is:

Heartbeat (Buddy Holly).

 


 

Welcome to the WR101 Prompt Series. A daily prompt incorporating our love of fiction in all its forms.

I’ve tried not to set too many rules, but there are a few guidelines:

  • Create a post based on the prompt and provide a pingback or link in the comments section of the relevant page.
  • Any form of fiction is welcome; flash-fiction, micro-fiction, stories on a postcard, poetry – you don’t need to put labels on it, you just need to write.
  • Follow the theme on each given day. Here is a breakdown of the week by genre:

Mystery on Mondays’ – a place for mystery and suspense.

Thrilling Tuesdays’ – for all things related to the crime and thriller genres.

Weird and Whacky Wednesdays’ – for stories of a comedic nature.

Terrifying Thursdays’ – for tales of horror.

Fictional Fridays’ – a catch-all prompt for general fiction

Seductive Saturdays’ – a place for romance

Sci-Fi Sundays’ – take us to new worlds.

That’s it! Be respectful of others’ work and always provide constructive feedback.

If you have any suggestions for these prompts, please contact me.

I hope you enjoy the prompt series and look forward to reading your contributions.

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Edge of Reason by Mark Morris [WR101 Prompt Series] Seductive Saturdays' #8

A sweetly seductive tale by Mark Morris. Click here to check it out.

As a reminder, the prompt is below.

The theme for this week is in the form of a story title. The title, which you will find below, must also be used in the opening sentence. The word count should be 500 words or less.

So here’s your seductive story title for Saturday:

Edge of Reason

NB: You have until the new round next Saturday if you would like to take part.

[WR101 Prompt Series] Seductive Saturdays' – Prompt #8

The theme for this week is in the form of a story title. The title, which you will find below, must also be used in the opening sentence. The word count should be 500 words or less.

So here’s your seductive story title for Saturday:

Edge of Reason

NB: A new theme starts on Monday. If you have any suggestions on next week’s daily round of prompts, please let me know.

[WR101 Prompt Series] Seductive Saturdays' – Prompt #7

The theme for this week is in the form of a final sentence. All you need to do is weave a tale of romance, which concludes with the following sentence:

“It was too late for regrets.”

NB: If would like to suggest a sentence for this week’s theme, please let me know.

[WR101 Prompt Series] Seductive Saturdays' – Prompt #5

Here is the prompt for the penultimate title in the series. You will have one week to build a story around the prompt before the new theme starts. Enjoy.

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[WR101 Prompt Series] Seductive Saturdays' – Prompt #4

Seductive Saturdays' ImageThe image I used for today is actually a shot taken at St Michael’s Mount and is said to symbolise a giant’s heart. I’m being purposefully ambiguous so I don’t influence you creative flow, but you can feel the romance of it. I enjoy a good story about forbidden love (don’t we all), and as it’s Saturday you can seduce us with your words as well as your characters 🙂

Have fun.

[WR101 Prompt Series] Seductive Saturdays' – Prompt #3

Seductive Saturdays'

 

The penultimate song title in this week’s series is ‘Because of You.’

Sounds like a real tear-jerker to me 🙂

Have fun.

[WR101 Prompt Series] Seductive Saturdays' – Prompt #2

Seductive Saturdays'

 

Welcome to our second Seductive Saturday prompt. This week it’s all about the words!

Here they are;

Letter. Rope. Doorstop. Can.

The Darkest Tunnel

Find yourself in the Chaos

CrapPile

A blog about writing, society, and life itself

tonysbologna : Honest. Satirical. Observations.

Honest. Satirical. Observations.

Carrot Ranch Literary Community

Wrangling literary arts for writers: words for people!

Crazyforwords

Real. Happy. Foodie.

The Little Mermaid

MAKING A DIFFERENCE, ONE STEP AT A TIME

Planet Pailly

Where Science Meets Fiction

at Milliways with a pen

the writer's desk at the end of the universe

The Lonely Author

A quiet corner for writers to get inspired one word at a time.

The Opinionated Reader

I am as stubborn as it gets, but I'm a good soul...really...

Iain Kelly

Fiction Writing

The Writer Next Door|Vashti Q

Vashti Quiroz-Vega, Author, Horror, Fantasy, Sci-fi, Suspense/Thriller Short Stories & Articles

Jane Dougherty Writes

About fantastical places and other stuff

Julie Powell - Photographer & Graphic Artist

Creating & Capturing Life's Precious Moments

Author Don Massenzio

Independent Authors Unite!

Melissa Barker-Simpson

Multigenre Romance Author

Journey To Ambeth

by Helen Jones

Rachael Ritchey

Worlds of Fiction

Dr Gulara Vincent

Re-write your inner story to (re)launch your writing career

s o F a r S o S t u

Working It Out

Robin Gott

Artist, Actor och occasional blogger

yadadarcyyada

Vague Meanderings of the Broke and Obscure

But I Smile Anyway...

Musings and memories, words and wisdom... of a working family woman

TanGental

Writing, the Universe and whatever occurs to me

Sincerely Kate

The Obsessive Blog of a Compulsive Pen Pal

Steve McSteveface

"just a guy, writing stuff on a blog - hoping that people will read it"

Judith Barrow

Writer & Author

Sue Archer

Wordsmith | Editor

Leisure Lane

A leisurely place to visit where anything is possible!

Planetary Defense Command

Defending the planet from bad science fiction

I came for the soup...

Nourishing the Faith, Arts, & Vision in The Creative Soul