Red Writing Hood – The Red Room

Rocky Horror Picture Show

image courtesy of Sebastian Dooris (via Flickr Creative Commons)

This week we asked you to use this photograph to inspire your post, in whichever direction your mind should wander.

You had only your imagination (for fiction writers) and your experiences (for memoir writers) to limit where you took this piece … oh, and 450 words.

Cam took a break from promoting her sweet and sexy summer romance to probe the darker corners of a red-lit room in Stella.

Please link up only if you’ve done the prompt and remember to visit as many of the other links as possible. Due to the nature of the photograph, please be respectful of our fellow writers; if you read something outside of your comfort level, please keep your criticism to the writing and NOT the subject or quietly click away.



5 Responses to Red Writing Hood – The Red Room
  1. [...] where my mind wandered this morning when I took a look at this week’s writing prompt from Write On Edge. This week we asked you to use this photograph to inspire your post, in whichever direction your [...]

  2. a new look |
    October 26, 2012 | 7:19 am

    [...] promt and 450 generous words via Write on Edge. Image courtesy of Sebastian Dooris (via Flickr Creative Commons) This entry was posted in red [...]

  3. Roxanne
    October 26, 2012 | 8:47 am

    This is what happens when you don’t pay attention. I, apparently, went back in time and was under the impression the prompt was still Misunderstanding. BAH!

    Here’s the link if anyone wants to check it out: http://www.unintentionally-brilliant.com/2012/10/rwh-misunderstanding/

  4. Renee Schuls -Jacobson
    October 27, 2012 | 6:40 pm

    Hey Admins! I accidentally put up a first link that leads to no where. Several people learned me to the fact that my link went to a blocked Admin page. Can you delete the first link and just leave me as last in this queue? Thanks! :)

  5. Renee Schuls -Jacobson
    October 27, 2012 | 6:41 pm

    Ooops! It’s me. Dump the early post. You’ll see it takes you to a dead end.