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Thursday, April 26th, 2007
4:03 pm
Water Prompt -- NF
Title: Source of Creation

Rating: G

Author: Chasity

Summary: The baptism of a writer. 

Constructive criticism is welcomed! Short, one hour piece.

Current Mood: complacent
Monday, April 23rd, 2007
4:52 pm
Welcome to 100 Windows
Hi, and welcome to 100 Windows, a writing prompt community for writers and students of all levels and abilities. Here's the basic rules for posting in this community.

1. Be respectful. Free expression is only capable in a forum where one feels free from attack. This doesn't mean you can't offer suggestions and criticism to others, but refrain from such useless commentary as "This sucks" or "Just give up."

2. Keep your posts PG-13, please. If you have a racier response that you would like to share, but it wouldn't do well for younger teens to read it, please post it elsewhere and put up a link to it, with a warning as to what makes it a higher rating (such as violence, language, sexual content, etc.)

3. This is a literate community, so please refrain from netspeak unless it is used as a literary device within your response. (For example, if your character is using netspeak in a text message dialogue, it's appropriate to convey this in your response.)

4. Please comment on other people's posts to provide feedback, encouragement, suggestions, and constructive criticism.

Current Mood: productive
4:37 pm
Nonfiction prompt for 4/23 thru 4/29/07
Theme: Water
Format: First person narrative
Starting point: Describe a memory associated with water.

Current Mood: contemplative
4:30 pm
Fiction writing prompt for 4/23 through 4/29/07
Genre: Any
Theme: Water
Format: First person narrative
Starting Point: I am alone now. It is hard to believe that it was less than a week ago that I sat in this very spot, watching the sun kiss its serpentine reflection on the surface of the water, bathing in a cool breeze and laughter that lapped at my ears the way the wavelets lapped at my toes.

Current Mood: creative
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