Write 2 Be Magazine

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Write 2Be Writing Prompt- August

Woman in the water_lighthouse

Look at the picture. What do you think the story is behind this picture? If you were writing the story that lies behind this picture, what would it be? Really think about it and start writing.


About jcladyluv

Jimmetta Carpenter was born and raised in the Prince George’s County Maryland and has had a very big imagination since a very early age. She has been writing poetry since she was in elementary school around the age of ten. Her love of words has allowed her to express herself in ways in which verbally she can not. She is a freelance writer, blogger, and the author of a collection of poetry, The Art of Love under the Pseudonym Gemini, and a novel titled The Diary: Succession of Lies under the Pseudonym Jaycee Durant. She is looking forward to producing two new online magazines, Write 2 Be, and Write 2 Be*Kids, in 2013 under Write 2 Be Media Co. She is currently working on her third and fourth novels and is looking forward to having a very long and rewarding career in writing and hopes that through living out her dreams she can inspire someone else out there to realize theirs. Her advice to other up and coming authors is to NEVER stop believing in your dreams and don’t ever be afraid to dream big.

2 comments on “Write 2Be Writing Prompt- August

  1. Anne Velevski
    August 18, 2013

    If the lighthouse was her only saviour and held some glimmer of hope to her survival then that was the risk she was prepared to take. Just how she didn’t know, only that she had to get there.
    It was scary enough but she had no other choice. The water was putrid, oil sat on top of the water swirling and surrounding her, the smell of stench lingered close by. She wanted to close her eyes and just immerse herself fully maybe it will end quicker she thought, but something in her mind said no come on, you can do this, you have to.

    • jcladyluv
      April 1, 2014

      Very nice perception of this picture.

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