January 2013
Daily Writing Prompts

A Pen In Each Hand

  1. Write about a hangover.
  2. Use this phrase: “the supervised mailbox.”
  3. Write without backspacing today.
  4. Watch movie about a writer.
  5. Something is chirping that shouldn’t.
  6. Get today’s Sunday brunch prompts at Twitter
    1. Use the following words: directly, clearing, sleep, spine, crater
    2. Write about making an exception.
    3. Write about trying to fit too much into too little time or space.
  7. Write about what you fear most.
  8. Use these words: sepia, languid, images, cocoon, shadows.
  9. “It should be straightforward.’
  10. Make use of hyperbole.
  11. “There’s going to have to be a divorce first.”
  12. Read a book about writing.
  13. Get today’s Sunday brunch prompts at Twitter
    1. Use the following five words: himself, cracked, between, crudely, sunk.
    2. Write about putting something off until too late.
    3. Write about picking through or sorting similar objects.
  14. Describe a procedure.
  15. Beware the Ides of… January?
  16. Use these words: wild, ferry, velvet, pewter, hypnotized.
  17. Write in words of one syllable today.
  18. Read a book by a TC author.
  19. Describe a sunbeam moving across a polished stone floor.
  20. Get today’s Sunday brunch prompts at Twitter
    1. Use the following words: pictured, underwater, directionless, dressed, night
    2. Use the phrase, “I didn’t see that coming.”
    3. Write about a guilty pleasure.
  21. “For me? You shouldn’t have!”
  22. Use these words: garden, moon, fireflies, watercolor, linen.
  23. Write about mundane details, e.g. brushing teeth.
  24. Write about writer’s block.
  25. Write about a stolen item.
  26. Write a book review for Candle-Ends.
  27. Get today’s Sunday brunch prompts at Twitter
    1. Use the following five words: decree, massive, hill, swayed, undetermined.
    2. Answer a yes/no question with something that is neither “yes” or “no.”
    3. Use the phrase, “If you haven’t done it, I should.”
  28. Start with a dream.
  29. Is it too late for a January thaw?
  30. Use these words: lemon, numb, periwinkle, picture, requiem.
  31. Write about two people just missing each other.
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