December 2022
Daily Writing Prompts

A Pen In Each Hand

  1. Write about an unexpected pleasure.
  2. Start your story on a plane.
  3. Use the word serendipity.
  4. Join us for a live Writing Chat every Sunday!
    1. Use the following five words: snail, prove, snarl, squash, lack.
    2. Use the phrase, “What have we learned from this?”
    3. Write about an advertisement.
  5. Write about giving someone something they already have too much of.
  6. Use these five words: accomplishments, truth, fuchsia, pregnant, different
  7. Write about fidgeting to ignore someone,
  8. Start your story on a scenic railway journey.
  9. Use the phrase, “Am I going deaf?”
  10. Write about making a deal with a witch.
  11. Join us for a live Writing Chat every Sunday!
    1. Use the following five words: camera, keep, sleeve, upset, charismatic.
    2. Use the phrase, “dropped out of sight.”
    3. Write about a scorched oven mitt.
  12. Use these five words: transgressive, arguments, check, frustrated, secession
  13. Write about a dog quivering with attention.
  14. Use these five words: juicy, widow, epic, community, legacy
  15. Write about a small-world moment.
  16. Start your story at a music festival.
  17. Write about trying to remember how old you are.
  18. Join us for a live Writing Chat every Sunday!
    1. Use the following five words: Glass, lamp, phone, cable, wrapper.
    2. Use the phrase, “It’s my favourite holiday tradition.”
    3. Write about write about unsportsmanlike behaviour.
  19. Write about a dirty little secret.
  20. Start with this line: Get off your soapbox.
  21. Write about a meeting venue after everyone has left.
  22. Start your story at a premiere.
  23. Write about a demonstration that failed.
  24. Write about a thought crime.
  25. Join us for a live Writing Chat every Sunday!
  26. Start with this line: It’s ridiculous in many ways.
  27. Write about solitude on holidays that celebrate togetherness.
  28. Start with this line: Are you sleeping?
  29. Write about an unexpected visitor.
  30. Start your story by a campfire.
  31. Use the phrase, “Wait, what?”
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