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. There’s no need to quote / restate it, 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!
(Imagine a drumroll) Today’s writing prompt is…
The product design wasn’t merely bad. It rivaled screen doors on submarines in its breathtaking lack of consideration for basic facts of reality.
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