Your Daily Writing Prompt for June 23, 2020

We’ll try to put up a writing prompt every day. Use it however you see fit; my personal method is to set a timer for 15 or 20 minutes and write in response to the prompt. The prompt might be or become the first line of a story, or a premise, or a line of dialogue, or a question. Feel free to change the verb tense, person (i.e., “I,” “You,” “he/she/it/they,” etc.), or pronouns to feel more natural too what you want to write. There’s also no need to quote / restate the prompt (unless you want to), take it literally, or even use it. Maybe it’ll make you think of something else. Share what you wrote in the comments, on your own blog, write a bestselling novel with it, or just keep it for yourself. It’s all up to you!

Today is Tuesday, and you know what that means…”Dealer’s choice!” Today, I’ve got a visual prompt for you.

The image shows a windowless hallway lit by fluorescent light. The camera is somewhat askew, creating different angles. Dark, plush booths, apparently for dining, are on the right wall. The room has points of red and navy blue. A man in a suit stands with his back to the camera, looking slightly to the left. A navy blue column has a blurry photograph of a face

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