What a week! We have come to the end of our inaugural Prompt Exchange, and got some really fantastic work. Take a look, folks. It’s a small group this time, but there are some really good reads in there.
Interested in signing up for next week? What are you waiting for?
Prompt: If you die in an elevator, be sure to push the Up button.’ –Sam Levenson
Response: Push the Up Button
Author: Barb Black
Challenger: Grace O’Malley
Prompt: Puffy and Tina
Response: Puffy and Tina
Prompt: You can close your eyes to things you don’t want to see, but you can’t close your heart to the things you don’t want to feel.
Response: You Can’t Close…
Author: Maya Bahl
Challenger: Bewildered Bug
Prompt: The rain was attacking the windows in an attempt to enter.
Response: Muddled Sky
Challenger: Amy I. Bloom
Prompt: Describe one of your favorite places – from your past or present life. Like I tell my students, use your senses to bring us there with you!
Response: In His Arms
Prompt: New Moon
Response: The muted noise of a dark moon
Author: Grace O’Malley
Prompt: Time stood still as he/she watched…
Response: Musica Universalis
Prompt: Write a story about the scariest thing you can imagine. Be as descriptive as possible; see if you can scare us too.
Prompt: As she watched, the lizard slowly crept over his arm.
Author: Amy I. Bloom
Challenger: Maya Bahl
Prompt: Looking into a mirror, she saw what she actually looked like.
Response: Looking into a mirror…
Challenger: Barb Black
Prompt: This isn’t the end of the story.