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Inventive Writing Prompt Round-up #54

Ah summertime….I've been on vacation, I've been slacking…no scratch that last one, I have not been slacking since I got home.  There's much to do to catch up from vacation and get ready to be out of the country for three weeks.  Awk! The thought of it makes my heart pound–in a good way and […]

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Inventive Writing Prompt Round-up #27

Here is the weekly collection of prompts from my Tumblr blog.  Have at it! #183  "To whom much is given, much is expected."  How does this manifest in your character’s life, or is she one to whom not much has been given?  If so, how does this affect her? How would her life be different […]

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Inventive Writing Post Round-up #16

Here's the latest collection of blog posts from my Tumblr blog! #110  Use the words red, candle and chicken in a sentence.  Then use that sentence as a writing prompt. #111  Stand up and look out the window.  Now write a sentence describing what you see.  Use that sentence as a prompt. #112  You’ve just […]

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Inventive Writing Prompt Round-Up #15

The weekly collection of prompts from my Tumblr blog (and don't forget, there are tons more here.) #103 Write about how your main character exercises.  Does she go to the gym? Is he a runner training for the marathon?  Does she talk about starting an exercise program but never quite get to it? #104 "If I were […]

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Inventive Writing Prompt Round-up #7

Why yes, I am in France, thank you for asking.  And through the magic of the interwebs, I present to you the weekly round-up of posts from my Tumblr blog. #46 The party was over, but when they started the clean-up, they found…. #47 Would the last one out the door turn out the lights, please? Where’s […]

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Inventive Writing Prompt Round-up #2

Here is my weekly round-up of prompts from my daily Tumblr blog. For inventive ways to use writing prompts, click here. Now go write tons with them. #11  A garden is hard to leave. #12 The worst vacation you've ever had. #13 The offer that was so good it couldn’t be refused, and the terrible things […]

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