Friday, November 1, 2019

Takhayyal writing prompt 101: Beautiful Autumn

Welcome Ladies and Gentlemen, Artists, Poets, Writers, Authors, Dreamers, Friends and Family; Welcome EVERYONE to Nadaness In Motion's MONTHLY picture-prompt writing challenge Takhayyal aka Imagine.

Can you believe it's prompt no. 101?!

November happens to be in Autumn and it's quite different depending on where you are in the world. If you're in Egypt, like me, it's still hot during the day but nice and breezy at night, if you're in Australia, you're heading into summer, if you're in the US some people are already getting snow! And if you're in some parts of Europe, you may be enjoying a cold breeze with some beautiful autumn colors in nature ;)

When I saw my friend author Nadja Losbohm post this image, I told her this needs to be a writing prompt. No photo editing was done. The picture was taken in Tierpark Berlin (The Berlin zoo in former East Berlin)

So without further ado, here's the writing prompt.

Image taken by Nadja Losbohm at the Tierpark Berlin (Photocredit: Nadja Losbohm)

And since November coincides with National Novel Writing Month aka NaNoWriMo, feel free to use the image to inspire your characters or add setting to your novel.

Any form of writing is writing, so whether you write poetry, short stories, flashfiction, thoughts, one-liners, this writing prompt series known as Takhayyal/Imagine is where you want to be.

Check the full list of Takhayyal Writing Prompts here.

Arabic for Imagine, Takhayyal is a challenge for writers of all ages and genres; a place to spark creativity and explore new genres.

Your post can be in English or Arabic, prose, poetry, short story, flash fiction, an imaginary situation, an artistic thought; you name it and write it.

Feel free to connect with author Nadja Losbohm via Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram.

General rules:
·        No nudity, violence, and/or abuse.
·  Use the image for inspiration and write your piece in the comments below or publish it on your blog and leave the link to it in the comments
·        Your piece MUST be inspired in some way or other by the above picture
·        Multiple entries allowed
·     It is not required but it is a nice and encouraging gesture to comment on others' pieces.
·        Feel free to add your Twitter handle (@....) so I can tag you in my tweets or tag me @NadanessSobhi and I'll retweet you :)


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