August 2022
Daily Writing Prompts

A Pen In Each Hand

  1. Write about turning in homework late.
  2. Start with this line: Will it be enough?
  3. Write about waiting for results.
  4. Use these five words: dormant, soprano, angel, smile, dream
  5. Write about a remote control that only works close up.
  6. Use these five words: dream, passengers, define, undermining, neighborly
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  8. Start your story during a storm.
  9. Write about cracking a code.
  10. Use these five words: together, unvaxed, berries, electricity, porcupine
  11. Write about a bad customer service experience.
  12. Start with this line: I was feeling really confident.
  13. Write about being absorbed in a piece of art.
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    1. Use the following five words: flavor, motorist, room, joint, burn.
    2. Use the phrase, “and their siblings.”
    3. Write about an occasional dinner with a friend.
  15. Start your story on board a ship, at midnight, with a strong wind blowing.
  16. Use these five words: accident, nip, tied, eerie, haystack
  17. Write about a transformation.
  18. Start your story with a cancellation.
  19. Write about weather completely unlike today’s.
  20. Use these five words: design, horseshoe, livestream, map, grandma
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    1. Use the following five words: palm, adult, mixture, trouble, aisle.
    2. Use the phrase, “closer to the track.”
    3. Write about an event that cannot be rescheduled.
  22. Write about breaking tradition.
  23. Write about a band trying to distract people.
  24. Write about an avoidable crisis.
  25. Write about gazing out the window, daydreaming.
  26. Write about a special date.
  27. Write about using a broken tool.
  28. Join us for a live Writing Chat every Sunday!
    1. Use the following five words: judicial, cottage, owe, bell, grant.
    2. Use the phrase, “very close to the edge.”
    3. Write about something that’s urgently needed but unavailable.
  29. Write about a dreaded anniversary.
  30. Start with this line: He’s quite stubborn.
  31. Write about being unable to please a customer.
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