I hope you had a Merry Christmas and I hope that you are enjoying the holiday season. I don’t have anything new for you today, but I did want to take a moment and look back on some of my favorite pieces of the year. I thought this would be a great way to reminisce while highlighting pieces that you may not have read when it was published. There are a few fan favorites on the list as well as some overlooked pieces that I think deserve a second glance. So here is a list my favorite Writing Prompt Pieces broken down by month. Hopefully you’ll find something new to read and enjoy or an old favorite to re-read. Either way, I hope you have a wonderful New Year and I’ll see you on January 7th, 2018 with the first Weekly Blog of the new year
Miranda and Jake’s date in an art museum. What’s not to love?
The television tells you to run while the radio tells you to stay inside and hide. Which one is telling the truth?
(Honestly, I didn’t have a lot to choose from this month. So March is a wash.)
Two brothers meet because of their mother’s death. It’s a cold day for a cold reunion.
Zoey hears a girl’s plea for help due to Zoey’s ability to read minds. They have a connection that may be romantic or just supernatural.
A Halfling Bard, an Elven Ranger, a Half-Elf Swordsman, and a Goliath Barbarian walk into a Dragon’s cave. This is the aftermath.
A very meta story about me as a writer and a character adventuring through the worlds I’ve written in. Follow me on this adventure.
August (I had to include two here. Both are so good!)
A Paladin of Darkness and a Paladin of Light face off in a ruined city. Turns out they share a very personal connection.
Claire only followed one line in her life and it lead her down a road of fortune and opportunity. Now it’s time to see what the other line leads to.
A letter from a Necromancer with an important offer. Would you like to hear the last words of a loved one that had passed?
Juniper and the Dragon are on a quest to track down Juniper’s brother and the solution for a curse. This is the origin story of Juniper before reaching the City of Xylon.
The Prime Minister of the Western Democracy meets with the other kingdoms as he balances the domestic issues of budgets with the international issue of war.
Due to a apocalyptic event involving aliens, the human population has dwindled. This has allowed humans to use the mana around them to gain magical powers as a way to fight against the aliens.
Header Photo Credit to A Toronto Star Blog Post about Canadian Real-Estate