I tried this last month, but didn’t get a big response. So, let’s try this again. (And, no, it’s not an April Fool’s Day joke.)
The following announcement is geared mainly toward my writer friends. Of course, if you’re not a writer, you’re still welcome to read, reply, and play along, but if you are a writer, you might have a particular interest in what I have to say today.
In the past, one of my more popular blog features has been my author interviews. Not only did these help draw new traffic to my blog, but they helped market your work to a broader audience. I’ve decided to start a new feature called “Writing Prompt Wednesdays” wherein I will post a writing prompt, either text or pictorial, on the first Wednesday of each month.
I invite you to then take (click to open in a new tab, then right click and save) the prompt over to your own blog and use it to write a short story – say (roughly) between 100 and 800 words, telling what happened to lead up to the prompt, what happened after the prompt, why the prompt, or anything else relevant to the prompt. Then reply to my post with the link to your post and be sure to include your email address so I can interview you. For each subsequent Wednesday for the rest of the month, I’ll select one of your responses to feature on my blog along with an interview with you and the links to where we can purchase your work.
April’s Writing Prompt:
Actual history of this photo: This awesome guy actually drives this Radio Flyer car around town, and I see him every so often. He always gets a lot of looks, stares, honks, thumbs up, and people stopping traffic to get their cameras out and photograph him. I think it looks really cool, but I’m afraid I’d be too embarrassed to drive it. Bit I would love to know what it looks like inside.
Photo: ©R. Carrera
Let’s talk: Will you be participating in my Writing Prompt Wednesdays? Would you have taken a photo of this “wagon” if you saw it driving down the road? Would you ride in it? What’s the strangest motor vehicle you’ve ever owned?