June 2014
Daily Writing Prompts

A Pen In Each Hand

  1. Missed chat? Get today’s prompts at Twitter.
    1. Use the following words: sense, panic, control, double, step
    2. Write about using the wrong tool for the job.
    3. Fill in the blank: “20 pounds of _____ in a 5-pound bag.”
  2. Rewrite a story with the other choice.
  3. Write about a bribe.
  4. Write about a nonsense question.
  5. (Don’t) poke the bear.
  6. Trying to do something when you’re sleepy.
  7. Square or hippie?
  8. Missed chat? Get today’s prompts at Twitter.
    1. Use the following five words: like, every, believe, earth’s, saying.
    2. Write about something that happened 20 years ago.
    3. Write about something the wrong color for the surroundings.
  9. Your MC decides to cycle to work. On the way…
  10. “I remember when it happened to me.”
  11. Beware the _____ myth.
  12. “Can you have that in an hour?”
  13. “Don’t click that. It’s linkbait.”
  14. Sitting in your seat, waiting for the trip to start.
  15. Missed chat? Get today’s prompts at Twitter.
  16. Write about a Big Round Number birthday
  17. Join (or start) a book club.
  18. Coin a new word and use it in a story.
  19. Make a bucket list for your MC.
  20. Alarms and bells going off
  21. “There’s something you should know about me. I’m a sociopath.”
  22. Missed chat? Get today’s prompts at Twitter.
    1. Use the following five words: Sunday, probe, earth’s, dress, harbor.
    2. Write about a tricky or expensive repair.
    3. Write a character’s note-to-self.
  23. Write a poem containing two truths and a lie.
  24. “I thought it would be exciting.”
  25. Snow in June.
  26. Violating standards for no good reason
  27. “Everything is happening all at once…”
  28. “You had ONE JOB..”
  29. Missed chat? Get today’s prompts at Twitter.
    1. Use the following words: gathering, musical, connected, dozens, obvious.
    2. Use the phrase, “I can’t promise anything until the last moment.”
    3. Include a movie tagline or catchphrase.
  30. Half the time; less than half the job done.
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