I noticed one thing I do when I’m in the mood for a certain genre or when an idea seems more appealing – it’s looking through photographs that bear the same feel.
This is an exercise that I’m including in my soon to come workbook that deals with inspiration and the ways to find it.
Below you have photographs. So, choose one and write at least a three sentence description of the story that a photograph inspires. The story doesn’t have to be related to the scene photographs depict – it only need to be inspired by it – if you’re feeling like writing, explain how the photos inspired you.
If you’re even more into it, write a short story on the subject and send it to firstname.lastname@example.org so we can publish it.
All photographs have been taken from Pexels and are free to use.
So, get inspired, pick a number and write a story.
Author: Mladen Reljanović
Mladen Reljanović is the founder and lead writer at Writer to Writers. He is the author of Oaktown stories, senior student of communication and a pianist.