January 2015
Daily Writing Prompts

A Pen In Each Hand

  1. “I’m obsessed.”
  2. Promised storm does not appear
  3. Smiling so hard it hurts.
  4. Get today’s prompts at Twitter.
    1. Use the following words: avoid, review, grown, glass, revolution
    2. Use the phrase, “Nothing’s happened this week.”
    3. Someone tries to communicate without using words.
  5. Use these 5 words: taxes, amaze, surprise, placement, revisiting.
  6. An unexpected visit from foreigners
  7. “Have a safe commute tonight.”
  8. A misunderstanding over different definitions of a word
  9. A meteorologist who lives alone in a remote place.
  10. Use the phrase “I’m gone now.”
  11. Get today’s prompts at Twitter.
    1. Use the following five words: understand, fading, desperate, earth, blond.
    2. That moment when courage fails.
    3. Use a Spoonerism. Example: ‘Queer old Dean’ for ‘Dear old Queen.’
  12. Things I should have done with my day off
  13. Use these 5 words: disappointed, marzipan, smoke, emails, retires.
  14. “That cloud looks like you.”
  15. “I feel sorry for all the…”
  16. Always winter and never Christmas (CSLewis)
  17. A celebrity wedding.
  18. Get today’s prompts at Twitter.
    1. Use the following words: trees, invader, article, locked, express
    2. Write about silence in the midst of noise.
    3. Write about lies, damned lies, or statistics.
  19. Use these 5 words: helicopter, lights, guide, manifesto, veteran.
  20. “Tell me it’s not so.”
  21. “You continue to amaze me.”
  22. What would you do with an irony mark if English had one?
  23. Saying goodnight.
  24. Rewrite that scene from another point of view
  25. Get today’s prompts at Twitter.
    1. Use the following five words: hive, roads, remorseful, life, mother.
    2. Fill in the blanks: “______ and ______ don’t mix.”
    3. Use the phrase, “I just got burned.”
  26. “Don’t tell me you love me.”
  27. Use these 5 words: summit, old-timey, personality, cougar, president.
  28. Write without any 3rd person singular pronouns
  29. “Needs more emojis.”
  30. Write about buying coal.
  31. A character gets away with a crime.
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