How are you? I hope you are well. I know how difficult it can be to accomplish writing goals when you don’t have a topic in mind. With that in mind, I like to try to give writing prompts about once a month or two.
I have a question for you. Do you like board games? I hope so, because I have decided that today’s writing prompt would entail board games. Have you played any board games? Which one is your favorite?
Write a story that includes you teaching someone how to play your favorite board game. It can be a story based on real life or a made up story. It can have anyone you want in it for characters. The story can be set in the past, present, or future.
Have fun with it. Maybe make it part of a family game night or a slumber party or something. I don’t know. It is up to you.
Speaking of writing, did you know that I am a children’s book author? This is an image of my current books for sale. Here is a link to my author page on Amazon. You can check out my books there. Thank you.
I don’t know the legalities or copyright rules around using a product name in a story. (I am not sure, but I think it would be fine for a writing assignment or personal practice. However, if you want to create a story you can publish or sell, I think I would research it first.)
Now, it is your turn.
Thank you for being here. I hope you are finding the writing prompts and the Education Blog by DUO Inspirations helpful and interesting. Regardless of whether you choose to use the writing prompt or not, please feel free to share your favorite board game. (Mine? Pictionary. Sadly, I don’t have many people in my life that enjoy it as much as I do.)
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Write something about yourself. No need to be fancy, just an overview.