Look at the illustrations below. Look closely at each one and try to understand which one inspires you the most.
Create a new document on a PC or other device, or grab a notepad and pen, whichever is more convenient for you to write down your thoughts, and start writing. Don't edit or criticize yourself – just let your thoughts flow.
Look at the illustration you have chosen and describe everything you see in it. Don't write just words – write entire sentences in the past tense.
For example, instead of writing "a red cat that is sitting near the girl", write "a red cat came up and sat down at the girl's feet".
You can start your story with the phrase: "One morning…"
Write about everything you see in the picture and write all the thoughts that come to your mind. Where did these items in the picture come from? What do the characters in the picture feel? What are they doing and what are their plans?
Your goal is to write non-stop for at least 20 minutes. Turn on the music in the background and write until it stops. You are not writing a fairy tale yet, this is just a warm-up task, so let go of criticism and just write. When you run out of thoughts, look again at the picture - look for a new object and describe it.