Photo Fridays

Photo Friday #36


Welcome to Week 36 of Photo Fridays. Photo Fridays is an original weekly meme where we’ll post writing prompts that consist of random pictures. What better way to stimulate inspiration? They say a picture’s worth a thousand words, so give yourself a few moments to collect your thoughts and write them. Rules: Don’t overthink it. Look at the picture,…… Continue reading Photo Friday #36

Six-Word Stories

Six-Word Story #18


Welcome to Week 18 of Six-Word Stories. Six-Word Stories is an original weekly meme, currently hosted on Wednesdays by this blog. A six-word story (or six-word novel) is a very short version of flash fiction. One of the most famous six-word stories is Ernest Hemingway’s “For sale: baby shoes, never worn.” Our challenge to you…… Continue reading Six-Word Story #18

Wishlist Wednesdays

Wishlist Wednesday #13


Welcome to Week 13 of Wishlist Wednesday, an original weekly meme where either Writing My Legacy or InkReads will post a spotlight on new or upcoming releases (or maybe even older books we’ve just recently heard great things about) that we’re excited to get our hands on. These books may even be featured in future book reviews, which…… Continue reading Wishlist Wednesday #13

Photo Fridays

Photo Friday #35


Welcome to Week 35 of Photo Fridays. Photo Fridays is an original weekly meme where we’ll post writing prompts that consist of random pictures. What better way to stimulate inspiration? They say a picture’s worth a thousand words, so give yourself a few moments to collect your thoughts and write them. Rules: Don’t overthink it. Look at the picture,…… Continue reading Photo Friday #35

Six-Word Stories

Six-Word Story #17


Welcome to Week 17 of Six-Word Stories. Six-Word Stories is an original weekly meme, currently hosted on Wednesdays by this blog. A six-word story (or six-word novel) is a very short version of flash fiction. One of the most famous six-word stories is Ernest Hemingway’s “For sale: baby shoes, never worn.” Our challenge to you…… Continue reading Six-Word Story #17