The signs started to appear 50 miles back.
Your task over the next few days is to write a piece of flash fiction, a micro memoir, or a poem
(or more than one if you’re so moved) inspired by the prompt, with one catch: it must fit on the back
of a postcard.
Snap photos of the front and back of your finished postcards, and share them with the hashtag #roadtrip. You can post them to our Flickr group, share on Twitter, or let me know in the comments
where they are.Really, as long as you label your pictures with #roadtrip when you post them online, I should find them!
These prompts are for you. Use them as they inspire you. Give yourself the pleasure of surprise,
the joy of some time to write and complete a small piece.
And since every road trip is better with good tunes, here’s a mix to enjoy while you write. Thanks, Rae, for this week’s mix!
Be fearless, writers! I can’t wait to see what you create!
To make sure you receive the Road Trip writing prompts in your email, click here to subscribe to the #roadtrip prompts, and connect with me on Twitter!
P.S. I’m gathering prizes for participants! Sara from Et Voila Design is making a writers #roadtrip necklace to add to the prize list! Be sure to check out her site.
P.P.S. This Friday, I’ll post some of the #roadtrip stories for your enjoyment. Be sure to let me know where to find yours!