Tuesday, January 17, 2017

Everyday #Writer #Writingprompts

What does it mean to be an everyday writer?

I think it means to write a little every day.
This year, I'm going to write a variety of "everyday writer" posts on a near-daily basis.
These posts are not meant to be comment-driven, 
but are meant as encouragements to write.

Today's prompt is a question-driven prompt. 

What if someone could only see infrared? 
What would that be like as a child?
A teen?
An adult?
A senior citizen?
What kind of difference would it make if they could only see in infrared for real or because of a psychological syndrome, or if it was a metaphor he/she used for life?

Please don't comment today, unless you really feel the need.
Just Go Write!


Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

That would be a really unique way of looking at life.

Tyrean Martinson said...

I think it would be, too, and yes, it was inspired by a sci-fi movie. :)

Susan Gourley/Kelley said...

Sounds a little like Netflix's Daredevil. It would be a challenge to write that but it would help you to learn to write using all the senses.

Chemist Ken said...

I don't know if it would be more upsetting to not be able to see stuff that everyone else can see, or to be able to see stuff that no one else can see but not be able to explain it to them.