My college roommate, now a hot shot attorney, has always advised me that murder is not a good way to solve issues with people. Apparently, it’s too messy and there are legal ramifications. Well, she’s not a creative, or she would know that you can murder people every day without CSI showing up to investigate. You’ve just got to keep it on the page and not in real life.

“Murder is a bit of an extreme way to say ‘It’s over.'” -Joleene Naylor, 101 Tips for Traveling with a Vampire

Writing Prompt: Murder a character in your book. Go ahead. You know you want to.

Journaling Prompt: Who did you fantasize about murdering? You know, back in your younger and less enlightened days? What stopped you?

Art Prompt: Murder

Nonfiction / Speechwriting Prompt: Talk about the idea that anyone could commit murder given the right circumstance. Make a case for or against this idea.

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3 Responses to Prompt #129 Murder

  1. Well, there’s always that one ex, an annoying in-law, the neighbor whose dog will NOT EVER STOP BARKING.

    Wow, once I start making a list, I feel positively… murderous.
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    • Liz says:

      My dogs are plotting against my neighbor’s daschund. As soon as they figure out how to get under or over the brick fence, he’s done for. LOL

  2. Janece says:

    LOL I just incorporated murder into my post today. How fun to find this prompt in my email this morning!
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