Blog Hop Photo Reveal!

Helloooo Wednesday! We are immersed in the end of summer craziness over here, which includes our 10-year wedding anniversary celebration tomorrow! I am so excited. But before I get too excited, I want to enjoy what today brings and that is a fresh Writer Wednesday Blog Hop prompt. This week, our dear friend Heather Musk has the prompt for us. Enjoy!


What’s up folks? Everybody ready for a new prompt on the Writer Wednesday blog hop?

Then grab your laptop, netbook, tablet or a good old fashioned pen and paper, settle into your favourite writing spot and close off the world. That’s what I have to do to get in my writing zone.

Whether you’re comfortable in your writing routine, or just starting out and looking for something to get you going, the WWBH is here to serve.

Simply use the prompts to inspire a piece of flash fiction, and upload so we can share it with the blogosphere and help get you out there.

To help get you motivated, here are the stories sparked from last weeks two photo prompt:

Dream Come True by Karen Knapp
M is for Magical Wedding by The Netherworld
The Exhibition by Sally ScribblesThe Artist  by Morgan

Undercover  by Heather Musk

There are a couple of new contributors here this week, so a big welcome to you guys! I hope you enjoy the prompts and make it part of your writing exercises.

For those who may need a reminder, here are the golden rules of the hop:

  • There is either one picture and five random words or two pictures given out each Wednesday, which are to be used in the story.
  • The word count must be 500 words or less.
  • The deadline to link up is Tuesday of the following week.
  • Don’t forget to link up with one of the lovely hostesses:
Leanne Sype at Writings and Ruminations
Tena Carr at Jottings and Writings
Debb Stanton at Stanton Sunshine
  • Most importantly, have fun!

This week the prompt is one picture and five random words, all of which should be incorporated somewhere in your story:

Random words:  






Good luck! And don’t forget to link up when you’re done:

Your turn! What would you like to say?