September 2015
Daily Writing Prompts

  1. A Pen In Each HandWrite about an annoying salesperson
  2. Include this line: “I actually did laugh out loud over this.”
  3. A lazy summery afternoon
  4. Use these 5 words: tribute, suspension, premise, terrifying, mandated.
  5. Write about clever graffiti
  6. Get today’s prompts at Twitter.
    1. Use the following five words: workings, burst, street, sailors, pestilence.
    2. Use the phrase, “But not for you.”
    3. Write about picking up after someone else.
  7. A popular employee’s last day
  8. a handmade dress printed with sun, moon, stars and planets
  9. Can’t afford it with the tax.
  10. Include this line: “I don’t remember half of it.”
  11. Important message goes unanswered
  12. Use these 5 words: market, pride, tomorrow, religion, women.
  13. Get today’s prompts at Twitter.
    1. Use the following five words: sooner, workings, curve, every, morning.
    2. Write about a delivery.
    3. Fill in the blank: “Like a ______, only better. But not by much.”
  14. writing emails to random friends
  15. It helps to be left-handed.
  16. Include this line: “It’s probably going to be turned into condos.”
  17. An old letter changes things.
  18. Use these 5 words: parade, pleasure, classified, designer, auctioned.
  19. A critical system is near failure
  20. Get today’s prompts at Twitter.
    1. Use the following five words: misused, aeroplanes, saying, round, sand.
    2. Write about the last time somebody did this.
    3. Use the phrase, “This could be more exciting.”
  21. Once a season, needed or not.
  22. cracking the case
  23. “That’s a mistake, not an error.”
  24. Use these 5 words: uniform, propaganda, lawns, embrace, journey.
  25. A sad holiday or anniversary
  26. mechanical difficulties
  27. Get today’s prompts at Twitter.
    1. Use the following five words: curled, slights, young, begins, slide.
    2. Write about coming home after a time away.
    3. Use the phrase, “only had two.”
  28. Include this line: “I miss [name] on rainy Mondays.”
  29. “That’s not what I intended to do.”
  30. a disingenuous interpretation
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