For this week’s writing prompt, I wanted to talk a little bit about high school graduation. But first, I wanted to announce that this writing prompt will be the last regularly scheduled post for Wednesdays. Say what? Continue reading
This week’s writing prompt is about celebrating the end of the school year. Did you have a tradition to do something fun on the last day of school when you were growing up? Do you do something fun with your family now when school is out? Continue reading
Last week’s prompt was about fun words, so for this week’s writing prompt, I thought I would use a couple of those and start a sentence and see what readers come up with.
Tiffany was discombobulated because she did not know the name of that there hootenanny, thingamajig, what’sitsname, thingy…
For this week’s prompt**, I am using one I found in one of my old writing notebooks I used at a Paddle Creek Writers meeting a couple years ago. I thought I would share it here and see what your thoughts are on ebooks now that they have gone mainstream and are quite popular.
This week’s writing prompt is based on this short dialogue with my then four-year-old: Mariah walked into the kitchen where I was working and asked, “Is everyone weird?” I replied yes.
Happy Wednesday to you! I hope it’s sunny where you are. Around here, it’s supposed to be another rainy dreary day… This week’s writing prompt is using the following sentence fragment: The kettle whistled in the empty kitchen… What happens, who is supposed to be using the now hot water and why aren’t they in the kitchen? What can you come up with?
Did you miss my writing prompt last week? I didn’t get one out as I have been sick lately with some sort of crud and then strep, but am all better now. I am on to bigger and definitely better things!
This week’s writing prompt is a sentence: Alison hated eating leftovers; she hated cooking them even more.
Hello there and welcome to another week of writing prompts! Today, I thought I would post a picture and write a prompt from it.
This week’s writing prompt comes hours after the 2016 American presidential election. Thank God the nightmare is over. Many people had election stress this time around, even my daughter who isn’t old enough to vote. As a country, many citizens are embarrassed, appalled, disappointed and a host of other adjectives at the three-ring-circus our nation’s leaders have portrayed themselves. And it isn’t like it can all get erased. Fifty years from now, history students will wonder what on earth got into these people?