“Yin to My Yang.” How do you define the term “soulmate,” and do you believe in the existence of such a person — for you? Thanks for suggesting this prompt, milO1989!
“When Childhood Ends.” Write about a defining moment in your life when you were forced to grow up in an instant (or a series of instants). Thanks for suggesting this prompt, Mars Gone Mad!
I’ve Become My Parents Do you ever find yourself doing something your parents used to do when you were a kid, despite the fact you hated it back then? Thanks for the fun prompt suggestion, Y!
This is a really simple prompt that requires a real simple answer. There is nothing I won’t do for the ones I love. I think that really stems to less than ten people. That is my children, parents and my love, I will trade places with them to prevent them from harm.
Today’s assignment: audit your brand — look at all the ways you communicate information about your blog to make sure they’re consistent and focused.
I chose this quote because I feel I live by this rule. As Mark Twain so eloquently put it, “Never tell the truth to people who are not worthy of it.” ― Mark Twain (Source: Goodreads)
Where do you write? Do you prefer blogging on your laptop in a coffee shop? Are you productive in a quiet room, door closed, away from civilization? Today, describe the space where you write. Or, if you don’t have a dedicated place, what is your ideal setting?
Today our Writing 101 assignment is Day 5: Let social media inspire you Today, write a response to one of these tweets. Shape your post in any way you choose — agree or disagree with the tweet, or use it as a starting point for a story, personal essay, poem, or something else.
Now Jump Into Gear! We Have Some Living To Do!
Prompts come in many forms. Sometimes, a single word is all you need to get your mind’s wheels turning. Here are six words: TREASURE REGRET HOME LOVE
Why do I write? Well, that is a good question that I have asked myself many times and have yet to get an answer.
In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “Bookworms.” Grab the nearest book. Open it and go to the tenth word. Do a Google Image Search for the word. Write about what the image brings to mind.