October 2011
Daily Writing Prompts

A Pen In Each Hand

  1. Dead of Winter Writing Contest opens.
  2. Get today’s Sunday Brunch Prompts at Twitter.
    1. Use the following five words: where, course, survival, situations, slacks.
    2. Fill in the blanks: “you want ____, you got ____”.
    3. Use the phrase, “A funny place to stand.”
  3. His good manners were not natural to him.
  4. The emotional pain was greater than the physical.
  5. Her words were lost in the wind.
  6. A clinkery of beer bottles.
  7. Use leather, rust and peppermint in a short story or poem.
  8. “Give Blood, Play Hockey” Create a t-shirt slogan.
  9. Get today’s Sunday Brunch Prompts at Twitter.
    1. Use the following words: threads, door, cloudy, stops, watch
    2. Write about an experience for which the character has no words.
    3. Fill in the blank: “When in doubt, _____”
  10. If you take away knowledge, you create myth.
  11. Describe a band setting up for a gig in a new venue.
  12. She wore her anger proudly.
  13. The path was covered with gem-hard ice.
  14. He was so good looking and so unattainable I wanted to weep.
  15. The words she spoke, when we woke, still haunt me.
  16. Get today’s Sunday Brunch Prompts at Twitter.
    1. Use the following five words: under, lying, mudcaked, imagination, thought.
    2. Write about running into the same person again and again.
    3. Write about being chosen.
  17. He was a famous, but quirky, footnote in history.
  18. The invisible connection of friendship.
  19. I have grown older and wilder.
  20. Write a poem or short story that contains the title of 3 books.
  21. Share a meal with your m/c today.
  22. Our family tree had poisoned roots.
  23. Get today’s Sunday Brunch Prompts at Twitter.
    1. Use the following words: hands, signs, first, tighter, upward
    2. Write about poor incense management.
    3. Use the phrase, “and that’s what saved my life.”
  24. Protected by the purity of nature.
  25. Ice covered bushes glittering like chandeliers.
  26. An abandoned house with curling shards of paint.
  27. I have learned by being burned by misinformation.
  28. His apartment decor was economic eclectic.
  29. A door covered with peeling peach paint.
  30. Get today’s Sunday Brunch Prompts at Twitter.
    1. Use the following five words: gently, chorus, imagination, himself, burning.
    2. Use the phrase, “My, you’ve changed.”
    3. Fill in the blank: “Is there anything sadder than _____ “.
  31. Few believed her, but everyone loved her.
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