“Fall has always been my favorite season. The time when everything bursts with its last beauty, as if nature had been saving up all year for the grand finale.”
~Lauren DeStefano, Wither
I can’t say fall is my favorite season because I associate it with rain and drear, but I have to say, the above quote gives me a bit of a pleasant perspective. Something to ponder, yes?
Another point to ponder… today’s Writer Wednesday Blog Hop Photo Reveal! I am diggin’ all the stories that have come in these past several weeks. The creativity from our community is so inspiring!
Before we get to the new prompt, here are the stories that birthed from last week’s photos. Be sure to read through them and leave some comment love for the authors!
Cross-Wires by Janni Styles (this entry inadvertently was left out of the blog hop from the week before. Our apologies to the author who had turned it in on time)
Belly Ache by Leanne Sype
Truth or Consequences by Debb Stanton
The Dream by Sally Stackhouse
Time Together by Taini Writes
Here is how the Blog Hop works so it’s fair for everyone:
- Use the photo(s) and prompt provided to write a
500-word story; all elements of the prompt must be a feature in the
brief story you create. We aren’t counting, but for the fairness of the
readers please, no 1000+ word entries.
- If it is a two-photo prompt, the two photos must be visible in your story. If it’s the 1 photo/5 words prompt,the photo and 5 words MUST be clearly referenced in your story. Variations on a word are allowed within reason (for example: adding s, ed, ing to the word to be grammatically correct); but creating a new, unrelated, word is not. (To see an example of a “1 photo/5 word” story see Faith, Hope, Love, and Pink by one of our hostesses, Debb Stanton.)
- Photos are the property of the hostess for the week, unless otherwise mentioned. Please Do Not share photos and/or prompt words as your own.
- In order to honor the community-purpose of the blog hop, we ask that you please reference the blog hop (not one of the hostesses) in your post so your blog audience and the blog hop community may all be connected.
- Link your story through the blue froggy
at the bottom by the following Tuesday (direct link to story, not your
whole blog, please).
And now for your prompt!