Monday, April 10, 2017

Posted by Laurel Garver on Monday, April 10, 2017 9 comments
Welcome, A-Z Blogging Challenge friends. This year, my theme is Prompt-a-day, with fun or thought-provoking writing prompts to use as a story start, warm up, or creativity stretching exercise.

Happiness


What might the phrase “happily ever after” mean to each of your characters?


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9 comments:

  1. Hi Laurel - Happy Ever After - could be ... equally could til something rather challenging happens - then all hell let's loose ... I'm just happy to be here, to be alive and to be positive ... cheers Hilary

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  2. Indeed, real life is more "happily until the next disaster," though we all imagine a future in which disaster never comes. And what makes one person happy might make another miserable.

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  3. Thanks for stopping by - and introducing me to your great series. I will definitely be working through your prompts. Thanks!

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  4. Great prompt. It really gets me thinking about all the various goals my characters have and what they would do to attain them. "Happily ever after" is about a lot more than romance!

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    1. Absolutely! Every character's idea of what will bring lasting happiness is unique and very often is far larger than having a committed romantic relationship.

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    1. Cool. It's fascinating how much concepts of happiness can vary from person to person.

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