Today we are going to have a little fun making titles out of random words.
Here is your random word collection I would like you to use today:
And here are today's "rules." However, please not that my MAJOR rule is that you can use the rules as a guidelines, but I won't send out the rule check cops if you break a rule. So long as you come up with some writing, I'm happy.
1. Make interesting titles out of the random words. Please try to use a minimum of 3 words from the group in each title, and you can use two other words that are not here if you want to. (Words like "a, and, like, the, etc." don't count, and yes, you can makes things singular, plural, etc.)
2. You should create a minimum of 5 titles.
3. You will pick one of your titles as a prompt to start a story, poem, or piece of creative nonfiction.
Here are some examples of titles from these random words:
Sometimes My Doubts Tumble Like Garbage Cans
The Mystery of the Pears and the Mud Pit
And here is one request:
Please submit some of your titles in the comments section if you are up to sharing. It might inspire someone else to write something from your idea, and we're here to inspire, encourage and support each other. You are also free to post what you write, too.
And if you don't like this prompt, then your other option is to write from the gorgeous picture, courtesy of Dreamstime.com. Today's picture is a castle in Edinburgh.
For another way to use these random words as writing practice, check out the blog from a couple of weeks ago by clicking on the link below.