NaNoWriMo prompts – 17/30

Think of something that you really want… but for all intents and purpose can’t have. (I don’t like the word can’t.)

Now… write your argument on why you should have it. Give it the hard sell. Throw out your best sales pitch.

 

Happy Writing!

NaNoWriMo prompts – 10/30

Write about your alter ego. If you want, you can describe both your Superman and your Clark Kent. Compare and contrast. You could write a love letter from one to the other. Or you could send hate mail.

Happy writing!!!

NaNoWriMo prompts – 7/30

Write a haiku/senryu about “the morning after”.

A haiku is a three line poem. The first line has 5 syllables, the second has 7 syllables, and the third line has 5 syllables.

Then write a longer piece interpreting the haiku/senryu in a totally different manner than you originally intended.

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Nanowrimo Prompt ~ 6/30

You are in a grocery store/farmer’s market with the person you find yourself falling for.

Your vocal cords are not working.

There are no paper products to write on or with words that can express your feeling for you.

All you have is food and drinks.

How do you tell them how you feel?

 

 

Happy Writing!

Where is your happy place? (Writing Prompt)

I am a firm believer in everyone needing a happy place. We all need a place that we can go to when life & reality get to be too much.

Take some time snd write about your happy place. Use what ever format & style that works best for you. If you can, start a new journal or notebook with this piece. Whenever you feel the need, you can go back to it & the write away the stress, pain, or worry.

30 Days Hath November ~ Days 5-8

In honor of me missing a few prompt posts… write on the following topic:

Life happens…

Take it wherever it leads you in whatever format that it desires.  Let the pen (or your fingers on the keyboard) lead you.

Happy Writing!

Writing Prompt… Your six word memoir…

I just read this article about writing  six word memoir…

I have seen other people write six word poems… but this idea really intrigues me.

Check out the article:  http://www.writenowcoach.com/blog/?p=1135

Try it for yourself.  Let me know what you think.

 

My first one:  Sweetness turned bitter finding sweetness again…