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Writing Prompt: Pictures Speak

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Pictures speak a thousand words. Open a notebook and write for 10 minutes. Don’t worry about grammar or punctuation – just write.


Photo by Amanda Jaros

Photo by Amanda Jaros

What does the autumn season mean to you? Turning colors? Turning inward? Are you thinking ahead to winter, what does that bring in your life? Focus in on the emotions, the memories, the sense of the season. Sink in and write.






Do YOU have an image that inspires creativity to share with Literary Mama readers? Send your photograph and a 2-3 line writing prompt to lmblogcontact (at) literarymama (dot) com. Please send only your own photographs, for which you hold the rights.  




Amanda Jaros is a freelance writer living in Ithaca, NY. Her essay “Blood Mountain” won the 2017 Notes From the Field contest at Flyway Journal. Other work has appeared in numerous journals and magazines including, NewfoundLife in the Finger Lakes Magazine, Highlights for Children, and Cargo Literary. She holds an MFA in creative nonfiction from Chatham University.

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