1)Use the photo and the 5 words provided in your story
The Words: Carriage, Gym, Poster, North, Bar
Her carriage was that of a queen, head held high, shoulders thrust back, eyes straight ahead. Long black hair and blunt cut bangs showed off high cheek bones. Stephanie St. Clair was a poster child for black royalty. Known through out Manhattan as Queenie, her Harlem neighbors respectfully called her Madame St. Claire.
Queenie was a rare breed of woman, a female gang leader in 1930's New York who ran her business with an iron fist. Walking north on 5th Avenue, her heels making a sharp staccato in the night she passed a park that in daylight would be filled with kids playing on the jungle gym, the merry-go-round, and the monkey bars. Now, devoid of people, it was a menacing dark hole but she gave it no notice.
She had just left a meeting with a mobster named Dutch Schultz. His clumsy attempt to intimidate her was nothing short of insulting. "Go to hell," was all she said before turning her back on the gangster. She wasn't paying him, or anyone else for protection. This was her territory and she'd damn well make sure they all understood who ran the neighborhood. The walk would do her good, give her time to cool off. "As ye sow, so shall ye reap," she muttered to herself.
Someone peered out their window but quickly retreated behind a curtain when they saw the lone figure. Trouble was no stranger to Harlem.