Weekly Prompt – Childhood Memories

This week’s prompt is to choose your favorite childhood memory – then use that in a short story or a poem. Don’t forget to reference the weekly prompt. Have fun digging into your memory banks and reminiscing about your childhood!

By the way, I am posting the prompt this week on behalf of Sarah who is off at Northwest Bookfest this weekend!

//Update by Bradley

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About Sarah M. Cradit

I write. I travel. I laugh at my own jokes.

8 comments on “Weekly Prompt – Childhood Memories

  1. Reblogged this on Fiction Favorites and commented:

    Here is the Community Story Board prompt for the week. Childhood memories in short story or a poem.

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

    The Community Storyboard prompt this week sounds like it could be fun.

  3. […] the lovely Sarah M. Cradit is responsible for this week’s prompt at the Community Storyboard: Childhood Memories. I’m interested to see how A – and everyone else for that matter – will careen down memory […]

  4. […] wrote the following short story in response to this week’s CSB’s writing prompt: favorite childhood […]

  5. […] Submitted by Belle Beckford for the Weekly Prompt. […]

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