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Story Starters: January 31, 2014


StoryStarters by Clifford Fryman: Muses never play nice. They torment a writer with ideas when there is no time to write and refuse to cooperate when in front of a blank screen. It's enough to make a writer pound their head on their keyboard. But even the most fickle of muses can be thrown into a creative frenzy with StoryStarters prompts - a handful of words to inspire thousands more. This full edition has over 1,000 prompts.







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January 31, 2014 StoryStarter prompt: Her laughter was infectious. Coupled with the twinkle in her eye, it was enough to make his stomach do flip-flops.



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Lori L. Clark

Lori L. Clark currently resides in Hazelwood, MO with three rescue dogs. When Lori isn't listening to the voices in her head, waiting for the next creative inspiration to strike, she also loves to read, run, paint pet portraits and save dogs. Email Lori at LLClark.author@gmail.com

2 comments:

  1. Hiya

    I have been doing the writing prompts, just not on time. Sorry. And i keep forgetting to post a link here to my blog. Sorry again. But I got them all done. I have loved doing this, this year. Thanks for doing it.

    Here is my link to my blog: http://angel-leigh.com/blog/

    Angel

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  2. I didn't do them on time at all. In fact, I did the bulk of them in two or three sittings. But, I am proud to say that I was able to do all 31 days. YAY!

    Thank you for participating, Angel! :)

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