SIWO’s creative writing trigger today is RISK. Write whatever you like about the word RISK. You have the leeway to write a story that talks about risk, create a poem, give a quote, or a joke etc.
Leave the link to your post in the comment box or reblog your post to SIWO. The result will please you.
Take a look at this: SIWO Creative writing Trigger 1
Many of you know about the Weekly writing Trigger here on SIWO that used to go during the weekends.
It went off for a while but is coming back more powerfully.
This time we shall call it SIWO Weekly Creative Writing Trigger.
The trigger will challenge you to write a post during the week end starting on Friday evening.
When you finish writing, you shall share the link in the comment box here. That will enable the rest of the community to visit, read, like and comment.
This week’s Trigger: Fake news
Topic: Rich or riches.
The bible says, “The riches you get by dishonesty soon disappear, but not before they lead you into the jaws of death” (Prov. 21:6).
Write a poem or prose on rich or riches. Take it from any angle you like.
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Write anything on Warmly
Warmly, I great you;
Warmly, I thank you;
Warmly, I praise you;
Warmly, I salute you.
For our trigger this week-end, I would like you to take a look at this post or take a second look if you already looked at it:
https://yoursuccessinspirer.com/2016/06/17/how-far-can-this-go/ The story continues:
She hoped he would talk to her as she got close to where he stood. He did not, to her disappointment. But she did not let that stop her. She resolved to find a way to open conversation with him.
Write a sentence, a paragraph or two that will take this story forward in any direction of your choice.
What can you say about discrimination? You may tell us if you have ever been discriminated against. You may say if you know someone who has been discriminated against. What does this word mean to you? What have you read or heard about discrimination that you think is worth sharing. If you like, you may give advice to people suffering from discrimination how to better cope with their situation or how to turn it around to their advantage.
Warren is a beautiful girl who would have been very successful but she has a
Problem – she is disobedient; she wouldn’t listen to her parents. When they ask her to go East, she goes West. When they ask her to stop, she goes.
She only realizes herself when it is too late. She runs into serious trouble and regrets not having listened to her parents, her teachers and all those who give her correct advice.
Write the story of Warren. You may bring out her stubbornness; her responsible parents who have great plans for her; her wayward friends and reckless life-style; the trouble she runs into and her regret when it is too late.
Whether your story is one paragraph or many paragraphs will depend on you. Creativity to work!
Welcome to Week End Writing Trigger day 2. This is for solidarity bloggers However, anyone who is interested may participate. Remember to identify yourself as a solidarity blogger by placing the solidarity logo on your site. It is found on the sidebar of this site on your right. Follow the instructions given.
TRIGGER: For today’s trigger, write a post on your site which brings out the idea in the proverb ‘One finger cannot remove meat from a pot.’ This is the same like saying ‘One hand cannot tie a bundle.’ Or ‘One finger cannot remove lies from the head.’ Working with others in a team is better than working alone. Do you know anything which has happened which proves this? Write about it. You may also write purely from your imagination.
Notify us when you are done and give us the link so that solidarity bloggers may all come and read it.
Thanks for participation and happy blogging!
Visit Week End Writing Trigger 1
Welcome to this first Week-End Writing Trigger. Anybody can participate in this activity. Members of Bloggers’ Solidarity Forum are particularly encouraged to do so. If you participate, that will be for your good, my good and the good of many others.
Our first Trigger is START NOW!
How easy is it to start especially something new? To plan to start is often easier than to actually start. As a result many dreams fail because they never take off at all. Write a post on your site, which expresses your resolve to start whatever you want to do now or that encourages someone or some people to start now. You may also take START NOW from any other angle that pleases you. There is no limitation. Any form of writing is welcome. Do you know a good quote on this trigger? That can be enough; or it can help you write your post. If you want to go biblical, you are free.
When you are done, come back here and inform us about it. Give us the link. You are encouraged to spend this week-end looking at what fellow bloggers have written on this trigger. When we both look at what the other has written, we both win, don’t we?
May this activity give us an enjoyable and fruitful week end!
If you are interested in the historical perspective of this new activity, go here.
Hello friends, we have revived the Weekly Writing Trigger on SIWO. This trigger challenges you to write during the week end.
When you finish writing, share the link to your post in the comment box so that others will easily find, read, like and comment on it.
Spend your week-ends in community sharing with SIWO Weekly Writing Trigger.
Find your trigger every Friday evening and write.
This week’s trigger. Negative Reporting