June 2012
Daily Writing Prompts

A Pen In Each Hand

  1. A vintage silver Mercedes.
  2. He left a $100 tip for a $6 meal.
  3. Get today’s Sunday brunch prompts at Twitter.
    1. Use the following five words: hill, danced, entire, rather, makes.
    2. Is the glass half empty or half full?
    3. Fill in the blank: “Give somebody 35 seconds and they’ll just naturally think of _________.”
  4. The life of a window washer.
  5. Explore the notion of entropy.
  6. Sea foam like beer from a tap.
  7. Wind whistled through the needles of the pine trees.
  8. “Look me in the eyes.”
  9. Sunflowers transformed her kitchen.
  10. Get today’s Sunday brunch prompts at Twitter.
    1. Use the following words: abuse, thin, truth, points, elements
    2. Write about not following conventional wisdom.
    3. Fill in the blank: “Go ________ yourself.”
  11. Her hair and skin were greasy with oil, her bare feet bloody.
  12. The grin died on his mouth.
  13. Three helicopters hovering like insects to the sun.
  14. Create a story with the setting as the main character.
  15. His face was lost in thought.
  16. “I think we’ve had the same conductor punch our tickets.”
  17. Get today’s Sunday brunch prompts at Twitter.
    1. Use the following five words: child, clinging, first, black, newly.
    2. Write about something that was once alive.
    3. Use a quotation from another character of your own.
  18. Faint morning sunlight slipping through the window.
  19. Food was abundant, fresh water scarce.
  20. Three broken vases.
  21. Use a fern, a red baloon and pearl earrings in a short story or poem.
  22. Her pessimism about the world evaporated.
  23. Describe a strange museum.
  24. Get today’s Sunday brunch prompts at Twitter.
    1. Use the following words: wild, burnt, go, time, whip
    2. Write about a piece of bad advice.
    3. Fill in the blank: “the end of _____ as we know it.”
  25. “He has the personality of an earthworm.”
  26. A character who is widowed three times in succession.
  27. A ________ built out of Lego.
  28. Volunteer your writing skills to help someone else.
  29. Water droplets on a leaf.
  30. Exiled for one’s politics.
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