Writing Prompts for August

Exctic Pink Blossom Photo by Jim Fairchild

Exctic Pink Blossom Photo
by Jim Fairchild

Have you written today?

Take ten minutes and respond to a writing prompt.

The emphasis should be on unfettered creation. Put the critic’s hat aside for the moment and simply observe the thoughts that flow out.

Please feel free to share your responses. Just click on the comment bubble at the top of the page.

August Writing Prompt # 2: What is one issue you would support if your were to be the next President of the United States? Identify the importance of this issue to you and to the country and explain how you would support it. Let us see what kind of presidential candidate you are.

August Writing Prompt # 1: What do you notice about the blossom in the photograph? Write a description explaining the feelings from which your observations evolve. How could you use this image in a story?

Writing Prompts for July

Photo by Jim Fairchild

Photo by Jim Fairchild

Take ten minutes and respond to a writing prompt. The emphasis should be on unfettered creation. Put the critic’s hat aside for the moment and simply observe the thoughts that flow out. Please feel free to share your responses. Just click on the comment bubble at the top of the page.

 

Writing Prompt # 1: Begin writing in the middle of a story where the protagonist has just discovered that reality is not exactly as she (or he) had been taught. Write for at least ten minutes, showing the protagonist’s feelings in relation to what is being described.

Writing Prompts for June

Roses for My Retirement

Roses for My Retirement

Take ten minutes and respond to a writing prompt. The emphasis should be on unfettered creation. Put the critic’s hat aside for the moment and simply observe the thoughts that flow out. Please feel free to share your responses. Just click on the comment bubble at the top of the page.

Writing Prompt # 4:  Assuming the possibility of reincarnation, what would you like to be and do in your next life. Try for details.

Writing Prompt # 3: Imagine waking up in a completely strange room. Where are you and why are you there?

Writing Prompt # 2: Imagine a young girl hurrying stealthily through a suburban neighborhood and begin a short story with this figure as the protagonist.

Writing Prompt # 1: Why do we need summer? What experiences both inner and outer does summer supply in our lives?