Time To Write: In The Rain

TTW Rain

The weather can affect a lot of things such as how people feel and change their mood. Switch it up a bit and put your character outside in the rain.

Is it down pouring or just drizzling? Is it raining in the middle of winter or summer? Is your character locked outside of the house or traveling somewhere? Is your character alone, with a friend, a love interest? Love scenes in the rain are totally cliche, but can still work.

If you choose to participate, post your work in the comments. I’d love to see what you come up with.

Next Friday, before revealing the next prompt, I’ll post your work with a link back to your blog if you wish.

Happy writing!

11 thoughts on “Time To Write: In The Rain

  1. I use rain to to introduce a “dark” character in my horror stories. Nothing like meeting a stranger in the pouring rain as clouds hang ominously overhead. Lightning lights up the skies and for a moment, you stare into the swirling abyss of evil. *cue horror music

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