Sunday Inspiration – Week Seven

Why hello there and how are you? Another week has passed and here we are again forging into another week which can only mean one thing that it’s time for Sunday Inspiration.

This weeks Sunday Inspiration comes from the line:

‘I would rather go to hell, than worship your God’

Tutu 28.07.2013


As with previous Sunday Inspirations you can take this line and use it in any way you feel inspired to and use the line to go in any direction that the muse moves you too.

My initial inspiration is that this line is spoken from a son to a father rejecting his unsavoury and exploitative business practises where money is the father’s God. Will I write this story? I’ve no idea until I put fingers to keyboard but I can’t wait to see how you guys use this line to morph it into your own unique creative inspiration.

Rules: Hints and handy tips:

  • Use this weeks image and one line to inspire you in a creative endeavour
  • You can use them to write in any style, genre, or form
  • Enjoy, get creative, have fun
  • Come back and share the link to your blog where your work is posted or post using the comments section here. Normally I say post by close of play the following Saturday (close of play being midnight in your time zone)

Have a grand week everyone and look forward to reading your contributions next Saturday.

About V C Willow

V C Willow has always loved to write and read for pleasure. During her teenage years she wrote a lot of poetry but graduated to writing Science Fiction, Fantasy, Epic Fiction, Urban Fantasy and Suspense as she reached her twenties. She is a geek and comic nerd. A very keen reader, an enthusiastic cook and gardener and loves to craft. She's even been known to get down and dirty and do some DIY. V.C live in Manchester, England with her ball of cat fluff, Willow. She is currently writing her début fantasy novel. You can follow her authors page on Facebook at: Connect with her on Linked in at: Follow her on Twitter: Follow her on Goodreads: )O(
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