P is for . . . Prompts

A2Z-BADGE [2014] - Support - smallAs you may know, I’m participating in the A to Z blogging challenge this month. Each day except Sunday we blog on a different letter of the alphabet. Because I have several blogs, my posts travel from blog to blog and we have landed here today, just in time for the letter P, which inspires me to give you a page of prompts. I hope at least one of these will spark your writing. Use them for poetry, plays, essays, articles, editorials, short stories, rants, whatever you want to write. Revise them, turn them around, have fun with them.

* When the woman started crying, he ………….

* Opening the envelope with trembling hands, she unfolded the letter and screamed.

* You’re never too old to ………..

* Three days after the power went out . . . . . . . . . .

* I want . . . . . . . . .

* Pick a coin out of your pocket or purse. What year is printed on it? Write about what happened that year.

* I never thought . . . . . . .

* What have you learned that you’d like to share?

* It was the morning from hell. Everything went wrong . . . . . . . .

* If only . . . . . . . . . . . .

* When . . . . . . . . . . .

* “You’re fired,” he said.

Happy Easter. Remember, everything in life could be a prompt, from your morning oatmeal to insomnia at midnight. Visit Unleashed in Oregon tomorrow to find out what R stands for and come back here next Friday, when we’ll be on the letter V. Now go write.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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