3 Words, 1 Story Challenge

The challenge is as straight forward as the title: 3 words, 1 story.

Once a month, I’ll pick three words suggested by a reader to produce one story. With that one story, I’ll challenge you to use the same three words to write one story as well.

There is no limitation to the length and genre of these stories. Some say the sky is your limit, I say your imagination is your limit. Who knows, you might end up writing the beginning of your novel from a set of three random words! So flex your creative muscles because this is going to be a fun ride.

To get a feel on what it’s like, check out the title list below.

Introduction
Pirate | Lace | Concussion
Mirror | Plate | Umbrella
Crumpet | Tuba | Aspirin
Desk | Engine | Butterfly
Raccoon | Bento | Adventure
Meerkat | Star | Days
Window | Pillow | Chocolate
Time | Books | Ink
Bagel | Rust | Lanyard
Bewitched | Dog | Traveller

Season 2 – 2017

Ridley | Burrito | Pluto
Love | Hearts | Roses
Willow | Mouse | Hat
Pink | Apocalypse | Massage
Undaunted | Corgi | Trove
Shampoo | Tiles | Shadows
Guitar | Bittersweet | Condescending
Cuckoo | Eldritch | Serendipity
Office | Crush | Fail
Bottle | Page | Mindful
Nightmare | Lantern | Murder
Freezing | Selfish | Shanghai

Season 3 – 2018

Learn | Window | Brussels
Square | Exhausted | Populate
Sorbet | Curtains | Farewell
Trappist | Baby | Aubergine
Cologne | Magnet | Banana
Panda | Freckles | Space Pilot
She | Was | Red
Broccoli | Internet | Papercut
Food | Party | Head
Coffee | Scientists | Existence

Season 4 – 2019
Tattoo | Cut | Window
You | Me | Us
Ink | Carpet | Donkey
Hat | Handkerchief | Car

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3 Words, 1 Story © 2016 – 2019 by Jeyna Grace.

All rights reserved. No part of this collection may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording, or otherwise, without prior written permission from Jeyna Grace.

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9 thoughts on “3 Words, 1 Story Challenge”

  1. This is a great idea to flex the creativity muscles! I’ve gotten a writer’s block so many times simply because I can’t even think of a theme around which I should write a story. Random words make for weird stories and that’s what I love writing the best! I’m going to try my hand at these challenges! 😀

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