#FlashPIC 15 Beach #writingprompt #amwriting

This photograph was taken in India but this beach could be anywhere. This FlashPIC writing prompt from the Writers’ BLOCKbusters series challenges the concept that things are not always as they seem.

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[photo: Sandra Danby]

Empty your mind of preconceptions about beautiful beaches, your local beach, the beach you played on as a child.

Without over-thinking, consider this beach to be a good place and write down 10-12 words.

Now repeat the exercise, but look at the beach as bad. In what way it is bad is totally up to you: a bad memory, an accident, toxic water, an aggressive confrontation.

Now write a short story using both views of the same beach.
© ‘Writers’ BLOCKbusters’ by Sandra Danby

Want more inspiration? Try these other FlashPICs:-
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Start #writing… but what’s wrong with this idyllic beach scene? http://wp.me/p5gEM4-1W5 via @SandraDanby