June 2007
Daily Writing Prompts

A Pen In Each Hand

  1. A door hanging from a single hinge.
  2. I hate to see a car abused.
  3. Do the Sunday Brunch prompts and post your exercises.
    1. Use the following words: history, which, after, uncomfortable, exactly.
    2. Write about being unwelcome.
    3. Write about finishing something that’s been in progress for a long time.
  4. Deep bass rythms penetrated my walls.
  5. He was on alert for omens.
  6. Use an archived AB article to improve existing work or to try something new.
  7. A soft voice answered from the kitchen.
  8. His face scared her.
  9. I don’t trust clocks.
  10. Do the Sunday Brunch prompts and post your exercises.
    1. Use the following words: world, terrifying, smell, brother, spend.
    2. Write about feeling groggy.
    3. Write about a border or a boundary.
  11. Why would anyone go to a senior prom?
  12. He alone understood this thing.
  13. Use an archived AB article to improve existing work or to try something new.
  14. She always wore pearls, even with jeans.
  15. Make a writing date with a fellow writer.
  16. He knew a holy gladness.
  17. Do the Sunday Brunch prompts and post your exercises
    1. Use the following words: amuse, operation, lapel, ears, unlikely.
    2. Write about doing something backwards.
    3. Write about nurturing something, perhaps a bit too late.
  18. Something moved in the shadows.
  19. A moment of green.
  20. Use an archived AB article to improve existing work or to try something new.
  21. Why do you care?
  22. Describe your landscape by texture.
  23. A smell that reminds you of someone.
  24. Do the Sunday Brunch prompts and post your exercises.
    1. Use the following words: listening, downtown, culture, wanted, shared
    2. Write about an eerie coincidence.
    3. Write about a bad habit.
  25. She wanted to eviscerate the man weilding the hedge clippers.
  26. Explore an historical graveyard.
  27. Use an archived AB article to improve existing work or to try something new.
  28. A man called Dock. (Not Doc, DOCK!)
  29. Write a thank you letter to an elected official.
  30. Essay: Why I write.
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