Writing Prompt

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October Writing Prompt

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So I got a book of proverbs… so we have three options for a writing prompt this month

1. A proverb:

What is written with a pen cannot be cut out with an axe.

2. A line:

You’re just in time for a little mayhem.”

3. World building exercise:

Come up with a new holiday. Explain why and how it should be celebrated.

 

If you want an extra hard challenge try to incorporate all three!

As always try to write approximately 500 words on whichever you choose, and Have Fun!

 

September Writing Prompt

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Another word list this month, vaguely inspired by the weather…

  1. Rain
  2. Action
  3. Shape
  4. Dark
  5. Carry
  6. Coin
  7. Laugh
  8. Puddle
  9. Cloud
  10. Apprehension

 

Aim: about 500 words total

As usual use as many or as few words you like and have fun!

Happy writing!

Rochelle

August Writing Prompt

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A simple challenge this month, as I have randomly decided we will have alternate months of word lists and “other” prompts this month is one of the “other”. A first line prompt!

The line:

“It seemed like such a good idea at the time…”

Aim: about 500 words starting with this line.

As usual use the line however you like and have fun!

Happy writing!

Writing Prompt for July

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Here is the next month’s writing prompt, unlike the previous format this time there are 10 words. You may use as many or as few as you wish, the place I got the idea from taunted me by saying it was impossible to use all 10 but here are this month’s words:
Victim
Impervious
Position
Check
Burn
Quick
Clean
Silk
Run
Sharp

Good Luck!
If you want to do the buddy system of last time then if you get your names to me by 4pm Monday the 18th (ish) I’ll buddy you up.
Otherwise you are welcome to post your stories on here, facebook or link to a website, blog or whatever.
(Any suggestions for next month’s prompts are welcome too)