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Weekly Prompt: Sunday, October 20th, 2013

For this week’s prompt,  I would like to see what our poets and storytellers will do with the word “frost”.

Post the words “weekly prompt” in your title if possible.

Also: Any form of the word frost is acceptable, (frosty, frosted, frosting, etc…)

About S.K. Nicholls

is a steel magnolia from GA who currently resides with her rocket scientist husband in Central Florida. Even though she had a reputation as the class clown in grade school, she managed to successfully achieve a career in nursing that spanned thirty-five years. Putting down the stethoscope and picking up the pen, she started writing compelling, thought-provoking historic novels and riveting contemporary crime romps, telling it like it was and telling it like it is. Orphaned from her mother at an early age, she survived foster care, and in her youth resided in an orphanage in the North GA Mountains, the Ethel Harpst Home. Four adults call her mom and four little people call her grandmother. She enjoys reading, comedy shows, salt-water fishing, boating, and brewing Kombucha. Her family owns and operates one of the oldest and largest nudist resorts in the nation located in Florida, Cypress Cove.

9 comments on “Weekly Prompt: Sunday, October 20th, 2013

  1. Reblogged this on Julian Froment's Blog and commented:

    This weeks prompt on the Community Storyboard. Check it out.

  2. Reblogged this on Year 'Round Thanksgiving Project and commented:

    This week’s prompt for the Community Storyboard. When you do your submission, please remember to link back to the prompt. Have fun with this one! As much as I hate to think about winter coming around the corner, it is 😦

  3. Reblogged this on Fiction Favorites and commented:

    Here is the CSB weekly prompt created by Susan Nicholls

  4. Reblogged this on mybrandofgenius and commented:

    The Community Storyboard weekly prompt is ready!

  5. Reblogged this on The D/A Dialogues and commented:

    D: Attention poets, bards, storytellers and all, the Community Storyboard Prompt of the week is “Frost.”
    A: Aren’t bards and storytellers the same thing?
    D: . . . .
    A: Just checking! And all of you should check out the CSB, and submit, too!

  6. Reblogged this on 1WriteWay and commented:

    The weekly writing prompt for The Community Storyboard is here! Please submit and remember to link back to the original prompt post.

  7. Reblogged this on Green Embers and commented:

    Check out the new CSB Prompt for this Week! 😀

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