July 2012
Daily Writing Prompts

A Pen In Each Hand

  1. Get today’s Sunday brunch prompts at Twitter.
    1. Use the following five words: light, however, settle, wanted, flutter.
    2. Write about destroying something to make way for another thing.
    3. Fill in the blank: “It’s different for _____.”
  2. A mother cat with kittens.
  3. Go to an office supply store + buy a small item that inspires you to write.
  4. Use the following words: textbook, prickling, diddle, unlink, grandioso.
  5. The reflection of one building on the glass wall of another.
  6. A character who has the kind of job only movie characters have.
  7. A nun who is a teacher.
  8. Get today’s Sunday brunch prompts at Twitter.
    1. Use the following five words: remembered, vertical, muck, picked, moment.
    2. Write about doing something for someone they could do for themselves.
    3. Fill in the blank: “I freely admit I’m a ________.”
  9. Coincidence? I think not.
  10. A major announcement in a short tweet.
  11. What do you mean, you can’t read my mind?
  12. I think you misread that.
  13. Can’t find coffee in a strange kitchen in the morning.
  14. Animal bites.
  15. Get today’s Sunday brunch prompts at Twitter.
    1. Use the following five words: raised, however, stars, orchestra, mantra.
    2. Use the phrase “Her laughter was brittle.” (thanks to muse_prompts.dreamwidth.org)
    3. Write about something used improperly, or at the wrong time.
  16. Give another writer a compliment about their writing.
  17. A character who pretends to be a an architect.
  18. A room covered in peeling floral wallpaper.
  19. Sunlight through flower petals.
  20. Use the following words: doe, rosy, advertise, literatim, aslant.
  21. Your characters go on a picnic.
  22. Get today’s Sunday brunch prompts at Twitter.
    1. Use the following words: reflect, buzzing, balance, space, season
    2. Tell about the time you didn’t.
    3. Use the phrase, “See you on the other side.”
  23. A bystander helping at an accident scene.
  24. It sounds happy, but with a dark undercurrent.
  25. Just in time, but for what, exactly?
  26. Trying to catch up after a vacation.
  27. “You take the dog.” “No, *you* take the dog.”
  28. “It seemed the best thing to do at the time.”
  29. Get today’s Sunday brunch prompts at Twitter
    1. Use the following five words: jacket, imperative, flaky, mixing, differences.
    2. Fill in the blanks: “like ____, but more/less _____”
    3. Write about finding courage in an unlikely place.
  30. Steal a sentence or paragraph from a piece of writing you’ve abandoned.
  31. A cold drink dripping with condensation.
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