Story Time

Imagination starts the thread of a story. Pull out the loom and start weaving with those threads. What will it become? A tapestry, a bolt of cloth or a thick rug.
A snipet here and there. Will the character go right or left at the crossroad?

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Wednesday, February 20, 2013

Abandoned Village- Writing Prompt

There was a girl named Greta and she tended the sheep. One day she returned to her village in the hills and the houses were crushed, the animals were floating away in the river and all of the people were gone… What happened to the village and what will Greta do now?Best Response via Detra Swem:

“After recovering from the shock of finding her home in ruins, Greta begins her quest for answers to the disappearance of her friends and family. Looking into the wreckage to find whatever answers she can find.”

“In New Beginnings, Greta teaches Jira to be a lady. Jira avoids the lessons when she can.” More on Detra and New Beginnings @

Thanks, Detra for that intriguing response to Greta’s plight! I love quests and can already imagine an exciting journey for our little Greta! I think it’s a great coincidence that one of the characters in your book, New Beginnings, is named Greta as well! Tell us more about this story in the comments if you’d like! -K.N. Lee

Reposted here with permission of K.N. Lee
What do you think is it a beginning of a new tale? We look forward to see what K.N. Lee does with it. Join her on facebook for her “Daily Writing Prompt!”
In the mean time I think I will encourage short stories to be post here.
 Do you have a tale to tell? Share it. We like good stories, even short ones.

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