Friday, April 21, 2017

Posted by Laurel Garver on Friday, April 21, 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.

Rage


The tiny remnant of a people who survived genocide plot their revenge.



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Q4U: How might you spin this prompt in an unexpected direction? How about as science fiction or steampunk?

4 comments:

  1. Science fiction sounds like it would be appropriate. All the possibilities there. I'm not too well read in steampunk, but I guess it could work as well...

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    1. In either case, the vengeance seekers might have some special tech up their sleeves. Thanks for coming by!

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  2. I visited this post yesterday and then pondered it for awhile. I'm not sure what direction I would take the story, but I would eventually turn their rage and revenge into forgiveness and peace.

    Trudy @ Reel Focus

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    1. Nice. Yes, I can certainly see a group like this realizing that to seek revenge only keeps them stuck in a cycle of endless violence and doesn't bring back their lost families.

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