Write about a Shipwreck

Think of every pirate and seafaring type movie you have ever seen, now pour all that into writing your own great shipwreck scene.

Are you on the ship, or watching from the shore? Do you end up in the sea, holding a piece of the floating debris, do you sink to the bottom or do you wake up and find yourself lying on a sandy beach somewhere? What happens to the ship itself, how does it sink or does it get stranded on a coral reef, some submerged rocks or was it taken over by some pirates? So much drama for the writing!

Resources:

Flickr: Shipwrecks
Flickr: Nautical Decay
Flickr: Sad Boats
Flickr: Seaside Decay
Flickr: Unlucky Boats and Ships
Flickr: Derelict Ships
Flickr: All Shipwrecks
Flickr: Wreck Diving
Flickr: Vessels in Storms and Shipwrecks
Flickr: Top 40 Wrecks (Underwater)
Flickr: Great Lakes Shipwrecks
Flickr: Ship Graveyards and Boneyards
Wikipedia: List of Shipwrecks
Wikipedia: Shipwrecks of Canada
Wikipedia: Vasa, Swedish warship sunk in 1628.
Wreck Site: Shipwreck database.
The National Underwater and Marine Agency
Lost Liners
Graveyard of the Pacific (Vancouver Island)
Shipwrecks of Nova Scotia
Save Ontario Shipwrecks
Marine History Archive: Shipwrecks
Shipwreck World
The Canadian Encyclopedia: Sunken Ships/ Shipwrecks
Canada.com: Canadian shipwreck discovery surfaces in list of the top discoveries

Web writer since 1996. This is where I inspire people to create: invent mutations, cause change, bring colour into your world through writing. Find me on LauraBrown.ca.

Welcome to WordGrrls. Leave me a note.