I’m trying to write. Again. Apparently my drawing looks better than my writing. Here I am, turning on my faucet to release a trickle of words. I’ve been searching for writing books that contain many stimulating questions to inspire me to write. I haven’t found any suitable ones. If you can recommend one, I’ll appreciate it.
If I write, I would be tweeting my published web link & the hash tag #InspiredWritingChallenge & @lionesspress.
October month-long Prompts: #InspiredWritingChallenge @lionesspress October Inspired Writing Challenges.
For my convenience, the said list of prompts is here for reference. Please credit #InspiredWritingChallenge @lionesspressbooks for creating this list. After you write and publish your posts, link and tweet at #InspiredWritingChallenge @lionesspress
Each prompt deserves its own post, to be published according to the correct date in October 2021.
- Into the woods (research the phrases) Plunge into something fearlessly.
- Eyes closed. Do something easily.
- Writing space
- Coffee, tea or thou.
- Pass the mustard. (Change an unsavoury topic)
- themes & symbols.
- Your book is a candle. (Your book is a message of hope)
- To Sir, with love. (Thanking the addressee)
- Optimist or pessimist
- dialogue only. (Comic uses dialogue & visual image)
- its in the details
- Weaving a braid
- wimps & wackos
- Conflict is key
- second chances
- Take your pulse
- who’s talking here? (POV)
- a week of bad luck
- One beat, two beat
- Your greatest fear
- a tick you hate
- To view or not to view
- Worst think ever
- Time is fleeting
- “Danger, Will Robinson!”
- I see devices
- Everything matters
- Beyond the words
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