So if you’ve looked at my schedule, you’ll see that I’ve added prompts to the Wednesday slot now. Basically how it’s going to work is I will give 7 prompts on any given niche, genre, style, theme, etc. I chose 7 to make sure that you have at least 1 prompt per day until the next list. Think of it as a weekly prompt-bundle. Fairly simple and it will probably be a fairly short post too. Nevertheless, we press on!

***Disclaimer: All prompts are free to use by anyone. You may reproduce it and you may do whatever you want with it. Any and all work created that was inspired by these prompts will be the sole property of the creator and will not require anyone to credit me at all. This is entirely free and I allow anyone to use this for whatever purpose. If you do decide to credit me, I am very grateful, but know that it is not at all necessary.***

  1. You are a detective who can suddenly read minds. You get to work and are able to read the minds of everyone there. When you finally see your partner, you realize that their mind is eerily silent…
  2. You are a detective working on a murder case. Your partner finds an eye-witness and sends them to the sketch-artist. The artists drawing is a highly detailed sketch of your face…
  3. A detective arrives on the scene of a serial-killer’s first victim. All serial killers have a calling-card (a token left behind, linking the victims to the same killer). The calling card of this serial killer as an item from the detective’s past (not a similar item, but the actual item)…
  4. As a detective, you’ve made a lot of enemies. Some have tried to intimidate you before, but never succeeded. Today you open the door to your house and find a dead body lying at your door. You turn the victim around. It’s you…
  5. You’re a recently retired detective. In the morning you make your cereal and, purely out of habit, you look at the “Missing Persons” list on the milk carton. You drop your spoon just before your first bite. A picture of a small boy is smiling up at you. A picture of you…
  6. You’ve been trailing a kidnapper for months. Little children have been going missing all over town and you’re hot on the culprit’s trail. One late evening you’re getting ready for bed and your spouse is already asleep. You go to rid yourself of your sweat-stained clothes. In the laundry room, behind the washer, you find a small shoe; a perfect fit for a small child. You don’t have any children…
  7. You retired years ago. After that last case, you swore you’d never go back. You promised yourself that you were done. That was, of course, until the day you received that package…

 

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