Writing prompt – childhood toy

SpirographWrite about a childhood toy.

Write for at least 10 minutes without censoring or editing. Let the words flow, see where it goes.

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Writing prompt – power

Write about power. power

Write for at least 10 minutes without censoring or editing. Let the words flow, see where it goes.

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Writing prompt – noticing – 3

Sit quietly looking at the sky for 5 minutes.sky

When the time is up, write a 2-minute list, just start writing, see what comes.

Read what you have written.

Now write something for 15 minutes. Without editing or censoring.

You can’t get this wrong, just let the words come and see where it goes.

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Writing prompt – rewrite the news II

Using one of the news headlines below as inspiration, write for at least 10 minutes  without editing or censoring.Exclusive Newspaper Headline Article Unique Special News Informa

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The idea is to write something that matches the headline – your own version of events. Create the news! It can be anything.

You can’t get this wrong, just let the words come and see where it goes.

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Writing prompt – rewrite the news

Using one of the news headlines below as inspiration, write for at least 10 minutes  without editing or censoring.Exclusive Newspaper Headline Article Unique Special News Informa

News Headlines

The idea is to write something that matches the headline – your own version of events. Create the news! It can be anything.

You can’t get this wrong, just let the words come and see where it goes.

If you’d like to share your writing or your experience of this and other writing prompts, please do – in the comments section.

 

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Announcing: NaJoWriMo Starting October 1st, 2015 – National Journal Writing Month

The theme of October’s  National Journal Writing Month  is “Unleashing Your Creative Mind Through Journal Writing.”

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I’ve not participated before but joined #NANOWRIMO (novel writing equivalent) a couple of years ago and am nearing the end of the novel I started there. Definitely worth checking out.

http://najowrimo.org/announcing-najowrimo-starting-october-1s t-2015/