Writing prompt – what if? #5

What if  you could control other people’s emotions?

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

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Writing prompt – what are you thinking?

Notice your thoughts. Sit quietly for 5 or 10 minutes. Notice the thoughts that arise. At the end of this period, quickly make a note of what you can remember.

thoughtsCircle words , phrases or ideas that interest you. Write them at the top of a new page.

Now write for at least 10 minutes using these words as inspiration. Write without censoring or editing. Let the words flow, see where it goes.

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Writing prompt – If I were Prime minister

What if you were the prime minister?

Imagine yourself in their shoes. (It could be the current prime minister or a past or imagined future prime minister). Write a journal entry as if you are them.

20150823_123425Write  for 15 minutes or more. Don’t plan, edit, or censor. Just write and see where it takes you.

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Writing prompt – in the shoes of…

Abe-Lincoln-flickr-mjsmith01-300x225Imagine yourself as a historical figure, you choose. Now write a diary entry as that character. Don’t worry too much about facts, just make it up and see where it goes.

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

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