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Category Archives: writing prompt
Sara is our host for the Sunday Writing Prompt. You can read more and join in here She says “Is it a warm smile, word, gesture, a tiny token of gratitude or appreciation? Anyone who is in a relationship, and … Continue reading
A new writing prompt is hitting the starting blocks today courtesy of Fandango This week’s teaser is: Don’t you dare come any closer… If you care to write and post a story built on this teaser, be sure to link … Continue reading
Sara’s prompt this week Seems a bit obscure, but the challenge for this week is to make us laugh using the prompt – THE NANNY Image from pixabay.com My mother was a Nanny. Of course that was when she was … Continue reading
The JSW Challenge is open to anybody who wishes to participate. Using the writing prompt, write a flash fiction no longer than 500 words and post it to your page. The Challenge starts on Monday and runs through Sunday each … Continue reading
Dylan Hughes is our host for the fortnightly First Line Friday challenge. You can find out more and join in here Your line for this week is: A perfectly brewed cup of tea can’t fix everything. ‘A perfectly brewed cup … Continue reading
Sara has found something rather interesting to inspire us for her writing prompt this week. You can find out more and read the entire list here This week’s Challenge: Write on one or more, “Reasons for Admission“ Admissions to a … Continue reading
This week Michael ask us to write a letter to Santa. His example is as follows: “Dear Santa, I know I wasn’t ‘good’ this year, but I didn’t hit anyone as much as I wanted to, so surely that means … Continue reading
TODAY’S QUESTION : What is the value of running writing prompts to your writing in general, and your blog in particular? https://saltedcaramel670.wordpress.com/2020/07/20/hosting-a-writing-prompt/ When I started my blog in 2013, I had no idea any of it would take off, yet … Continue reading
What does inner beauty mean to you? How do you cope with society’s unrealistic ideals of physical beauty? What do you do to feel attractive? Confident? Inspired? What message would you like to impart about beauty to the youth of … Continue reading