Wednesday, April 12, 2017

Posted by Laurel Garver on Wednesday, April 12, 2017 4 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.

Jealousy


Worry about an unfaithful partner gradually grows into paranoia. 


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Q4U: How might you spin this prompt in an unexpected direction? How about as middle grade fiction, fantasy, or cyberpunk?

4 comments:

  1. Hi Laurel - Jealousy could be spun out fairly easily ... into a horror story - cheers Hilary

    http://positiveletters.blogspot.co.uk/2017/04/j-is-for-jellicles.html

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    1. Fatal Attraction is an iconic example there. Thanks for coming by!

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  2. Jealousy works well into pretty much any genre as a motive or murder, divorce in any setting or prompting someone to leave on an adventure.
    Discarded Darlings - Jean Davis, Speculative Fiction Writer, A to Z: Editing Fiction

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  3. Jealously seems to always be present in life--and a good plot for any story

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