Tell me what to do. I am your blogmonkey.
In improv, we’ll often start a scene by asking for something from the audience.1 Why? One reason is so they know we’re actually improvising, rather than working from a script or from pre-rehearsed bits. The better reason is to prompt our creativity, to push ourselves outside of our heads and our normal boxes.
This is basically what I did with Becky during our first Fourth Friday Challenge. That was successful enough that (1) we’re going to do it again, and (2) I want to widen it. This is where you, faithful reader, come in.
Either in the comments to this post or using the form on the About page, give me some writing prompts. It could a be question, a topic, a restriction — anything that I can use to mix things up a bit. I’ll toss these into my blogging ideas file and use them to fuel future posts. Sound good?
So, can I get…
1 In techincal terms, it’s a called a “get,” which leads to fun sentences like, “What kind of get to you want to get?”