Time To Write: Set The Scene 8 [Creative Writing Prompt]

Rachel Poli

Last week’s writing prompt was a sentence starter. Check out some great pieces by fellow writers:

Now check out this week’s prompt:

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Write a story based in the setting suggested above.

If you use this prompt, please leave a link to your post in the comments below and I’ll share it next week. Please be sure to link back to my blog so your readers know where you got the prompt!

Happy Writing!

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The Beast Within: A Tale Of Beauty’s Prince by Serena Valentino [Book Review]

Rachel Poli

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I bought the book.

Summary:

A cursed prince sits alone in a secluded castle. Few have seen him, but those who claim they have say his hair is wild and nails are sharp–like a beast’s! But how did this prince, once jovial and beloved by the people, come to be a reclusive and bitter monster? And is it possible that he can ever find true love and break the curse that has been placed upon him?

My Review:

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While the cover is pretty simple, I absolutely love how they did the hardcover. The sleeve is the beast as a beast, but when you take it off, it’s Prince Adam as a human. I thought it was clever. As someone who…

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Raspberry Pie with Vanilla Sauce

Something to Ponder About

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This recipe for Raspberry Pie with Vanilla Sauce comes from Pike at ArtKoppi

On my menu for this weekend. Have you cooked with rhubarb? If so, what did you make?

Easy and quick rhubarb pie

1 egg

3 dl sugar

3.5 dl cream milk

6 dl wheat flour

3 tsp baking powder

100 g of butter

1 l rhubarb (or raspberries or apples)

Beat the eggs and sugar in a mess. You can also choose to float the mixer. Add the cream of milk. Add the flour and baking powder. Finally, add the melted butter and stir. Spread the dough on a baking sheet on a baking tray and sprinkle over the rhubarb. Bake for about 1/2 hour at 200 degrees. Serve with vanilla sauce though. (Google translator)

I made it like this, but next time I would use more whole grain wheat and almond flour! And with ice cream…

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April Writing Prompts

Putting My Feet in the Dirt

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This month I’ve been reading and watching mostly Sci-Fi, and so I decided to take the inspiration from all of that and use it towards this months prompts.  Also, my youngest two daughters had a hand in helping me with these, and so I must give credit to Brianna and Autumn Cook for their clever ideas.  Brianna is my punner and Autumn is my comedian.  Hope you enjoy the prompts they’ve helped me create for all of you.   ~M

  1. The explosive egg hunt
  2. Chewing chewbacco
  3. The stars stood on standby
  4. Spacing out in shadows doubt
  5. Jumping Jupiter can’t get stupider
  6. Time blossomed then shriveled
  7. It went off with a bang and a hiss
  8. Filaments of frustration
  9. Covered in constellations
  10. Hieroglyphic hineys
  11. Meet ya later by the flux capacitator
  12. Nano nano
  13. Galactic garble blasters
  14. Platinum plutonium
  15. A measurement of improbability
  16. Space jam on toast
  17. Orbiting Orangutans
  18. Spasmodic juice
  19. Jet lagged and…

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Carrot Ranch Flash Fiction 4-12-18

The Bag Lady

“Bats? Bats? You’re kidding! I’m not going in there!”

“Aww come on, where’s your curiosity, that sense of adventure you’re always bragging about?”

“Well, the only thing I know about bats is they get caught in your hair. I have lovely long hair, Stewart–thought you wanted to spend a pleasant day on the beach, not in a dark cave.”

Stewart, letting her voice trail off, entered the dark moisture of the cave. Suddenly he came running out, holding his bleeding head. Apparently he pulled a tuft of his hair out trying to remove a bat.

“Told you so!”

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April 12: Flash Fiction Challenge

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