December 2014
Daily Writing Prompts

A Pen In Each Hand

  1. Use these 5 words: brutal, sprints, truth, love letter, winning.
  2. “I wish I looked as good.”
  3. “You caught me.”
  4. Hurry up and wait
  5. Give your story a strong female protagonist.
  6. Make up a celebration, with traditions not quite met.
  7. Missed chat? Get today’s prompts at Twitter.
    1. Use the following five words: secret, stamp, clock, moves, neglected.
    2. Write about not noticing that something has changed.
    3. Answer “no” to an either/or question.
  8. “It’s a little like an airplane.”
  9. “Sometimes I just need a break from…”
  10. Change is hard; folding money is soft.
  11. Use these 5 words: nascent, workout, pocket, impress, kayak.
  12. “Something’s coming…”
  13. A lack of empathy.
  14. Missed chat? Get today’s prompts at Twitter.
    1. Use the following five words: secret, stamp, clock, moves, neglected.
    2. Write about talking to yourself, aloud.
    3. Fill in the blank: “_______, you know; everyone does.”
  15. Write about being overwhelmed.
  16. Character apologizes for missing something important.
  17. Write about what happens when no one asks difficult questions.
  18. Big stompy boots.
  19. Use these 5 words: geeky, activists, fear, official, volunteers.
  20. The sound of distinctive footfalls
  21. Missed chat? Get today’s prompts at Twitter.
    1. Use the following words: stranger, implies, lines, accept, distance.
    2. Use the phrase “I’m watching that.”
    3. Write about an illness or injury.
  22. Use the word ‘bifurcation.’
  23. Use these 5 words: gratitude, birthday, thoughtful, acrobatics, halfway.
  24. A busy travel day
  25. Shine bright like a…
  26. Write about dangerously hot weather.
  27. Snowfall warning.
  28. Missed chat? Get today’s prompts at Twitter.
    1. Use the following five words: memory, midnight, geranium, rest, drum.
    2. Write about staring into a candle flame.
    3. Fill in the blank: “I think we’ve been taken over by _______.”
  29. A character with no remorse whatsoever.
  30. Preparing for a dreaded party
  31. “I only care about dessert.”
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