Week 17 #WritingWednesday #WritingPrompt Challenge

Today is the 17th Edition of #WritingWednesday!!!

Remember, #WritingWednesday is an EASY, STRESS-FREE, weekly writing challenge.

  • Read the writing prompt below,
  • Spend 5 minutes writing (in your own voice or the voice of a character you’re writing) whatever comes to mind,

The goal is 5 minutes of creativity.

Today I am writing in the voice of Kim, a character in my upcoming novel The Beast Within.

Today’s writing prompt:

If I looked into your fridge right now, what would I find?


Oh, and beer. Now that Dean is staying over more often than not, he stocks the fridge with beer.

I think we had pizza a couple nights ago and Chinese takeout from that place just down the street last night. So, I’m sure there are a few containers of leftovers. I leave them for Dean. I don’t eat leftovers. Dean, he eats anything.

Yeah, that’s pretty much it; wine, beer, and leftovers. I don’t cook. It’s one of the first things I tell a guy when I start dating. I figure if they are expecting some June Cleaver type, then I might as well scare them away before I get to attached. You know?

Hi, I’m Kim, just your modern-day woman. I get my breakfast down at the coffee shop on the corner, lunch at the deli down the road, and dinner at one of the many restaurants within walking distance from my apartment which just so happens to reside just above my small boutique. I design a line of woman’s clothing, but I’m working on a children’s line. I cater to those high society types. You know the ones. The moms who like to dress younger than they are. The mother daughter combos who walk around in matching summer dresses.

I love what I do, it’s my passion, but sometimes my customers can drive me a little crazy. That’s why my fridge is stocked with wine. Lots of wine!

© 2019 Nina Soden

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Alright, now it’s your turn. I’d love to see what today’s writing prompt inspires in you. So, if you are willing, go to the comment section below and start typing. Take 5 minutes and let’s see what you come up with! 

If I looked into your fridge right now, what would I find?

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4 thoughts on “Week 17 #WritingWednesday #WritingPrompt Challenge

  1. Writing from the perspective of Sabine, a space roamer.

    My fridge is always full of something strange. Usually from the last planet’s stop, I carry the essentials; eggs of some sort, some kind of milk with questionable origin of animal species, and sometimes bread or dehydrated fruit. I don’t cook often, so there’s usually just canned food floating around a cupboard, or dehydrated food packs.
    My fridge, it’s usually empty, but today it has two massive, blue and green freckled eggs, an orange milk powder substitute, dehydrated fruit chips, and a can of half eaten green fruit. The can of fruit is dinner, of course.
    Living alone on a spaceship really doesn’t require a whole lot of food, especially if you can pack dehydrated items. Water, however, is the hard part. My fridge is empty of water, right now anyway.

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  2. Today I am writing in the voice of Kyra, a character in my upcoming short story, Fleeting Shadows.

    What’s in my fridge? Phenomenal question, I have no idea at all what is it my fridge. I don’t really have my own fridge, I have the castle kitchen so I’m not sure if that even counts. I have been living in the castle for eight months and it has spoiled me. About a year ago, I could have told you –down to the ounce– how much of a specific item I had. Truthfully, it was that “we” had. When the Hybrids struck out and created a tribe, we had to be able to watch out for each other. We always had to know who needed food and what food we needed. I had been a castle-child for sixteen years, then my brother and I left. Living on our own was hard, but we weren’t really alone. We had hundreds of others like us, children who were different because of their parents’ bad decisions. I’m not a Hybrid, but I understood the struggle of Nate and the others. I can not express how thankful I was when the Queens decided to pass the Hybrids’ Rights Act which made Hybrids no longer have to live in fear. I’ve gone off on a tangent, but I guess the point I’m trying to really get to is, never take for granted how easy you’ve got it. I promise a day will come when it won’t be so easy and you’ll have to be willing to do what it takes to survive.

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