4/8/2014 (9:31am) 14 notes

I dare you to write using the words: rough, rowdy, fountain, and tooth

Be creative with it. This may have just been inspired by a song I’m listening to but that’s not the point, words are great; all you gotta do now is put them into sentences. 

Think outside the box! 

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4/7/2014 (9:30am) 7 notes

I dare you to write about this song

Be creative with it. Who is singing it? To whom? What are the thoughts going on behind the lyrics? 

Think outside the box!

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(Source: Spotify)

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I dare you to write about this picture

Be creative with it. Is this somebody’s wallpaper? Their plans for travelling the world? Was this found by aliens and they think it’s super cool?

Think outside the box!

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4/5/2014 (9:30am) 7 notes

I dare you to write a poem that rhymes

Be creative with it. A really fun way to do this is to get a picture and write about that. Or think up all the rhyming words first and then fill in the rest of the poem around it.

Think outside the box!

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4/4/2014 (9:30am) 13 notes

I dare you to write a sonnet

Be creative with it. Okay yes you have to follow the strict rules that a sonnet (Shakespearean or Petrarchan you choose) dictates but that doesn’t mean you can’t have fun with it. 

Think outside the box!

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4/3/2014 (9:30am) 20 notes

I dare you to include the line ‘I know you are but what am I?’ in your piece somewhere

Be creative with it. Bonus points if an annoying child says it while an adult is trying to scold them.

Think outside the box!

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4/2/2014 (9:30am) 20 notes

I DARE YOU TO WRITE ABOUT A MOSQUITO’S JOURNEY

Be creative with it. Is it a young one or has it already bitten people? Can it shapeshift into something else? Does it have siblings? Does it like the taste of human blood? Can it speak Italian?

Think outside the box!

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4/1/2014 (3:28pm) 50 notes

I dare you to write about a heterosexual relationship in a homosexual society.

Is the relationship a secret? Why are they hiding it? Why is the society gay? Is it post apocalyptic?

BP: The society is sexist too.

DBP: Women are superior to men and are treated WAY better than the men

Submitted by: i-chase-waterfalls

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4/1/2014 (3:15pm) 4 notes

Please accept my utmost apologies for the impromptu haitus over the last while it’s been crazy at uni recently and I just did not have time for anything!

Regular posting will begin again today 

Happy writing!

#Announcement

If you’re a writer with original fiction and want to include your work in a book full of the works of other creative individuals, check this out. Artists can join too by illustrating writers’ works as collaborators or if you’re multi-talented, you can write AND illustrate your work. Deadline to enter works is August 15, 2014. Click the aforementioned link for all the details.

Even if you’re not planning to participate, please spread the word by reblogging this and sharing the link to your fellow creative friends. A reblog or like doesn’t mean you’re automatically entered. It just means you’re thoughtful. :) Thank you very much in advance for your support and I hope to see your entries! 

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2/14/2014 (9:31am) 28 notes

I dare you to write about your religious views

Be creative with it. Non fiction is a great way to stretch your creative muscles because you’re having to argue something that is so firmly set in reality. Make it interesting. Why are your views that way? What makes you tick? Anything you love or hate about religion?

Think outside the box!

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2/13/2014 (9:31am) 18 notes

I dare you to write about a dare

Be creative with it. Are people playing spin the bottle? Something more sinister? What’ll happen if the dare isn’t completed? You could also totally write about me daring all you lovely people to write in which case you’d be my fave person ever.

Think outside the box!

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2/12/2014 (9:30am) 25 notes

I dare you to write without using the word ‘you’, ‘of’ or ‘is’

Be creative with it.

Think outside the box! Okay it’s harder than it looks when it’s thought through properly because it forces the author to think about their syntax more than ever.

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I dare you to write about this picture.

Be creative with it. Who is this person? What is that thing around their neck? Are they hiding from something? A statue? A nymph? 

Think outside the box!

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2/10/2014 (9:30am) 42 notes

I dare you to write for 5 minutes without stopping

Be creative with it. It can be about anything. Your day, your character’s day. What you’re thinking. Let it flow and don’t stop to think or correct. Automatic writing can be very therapeutic. 

Think outside the box!

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