Because I Know You Love Them: September Writing Prompts #4

And here you have them: the last set of writing prompts for September. ┬áHope you’ve enjoyed them, and stay tuned for news of the release of a writing journal of prompts soon!

–Not in this lifetime.

–If ever I should leave you….

–What are the parameters of your main character’s world? Is he an international traveler, or someone who has always stayed close to home?

–Whatever. Just don’t expect any help from me.

–When was the last time you got to say, I told you so?

–They ate pie for breakfast, brownies for lunch and cake for dinner.

–I love staying in hotels so much that I think I was raised in one in a previous life. How about you? Do you have any feelings about how you lived in a previous life?


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Not in this lifetime–we wondered if you were coming back lol. Thanks for the prompts. I guess that can only be followed with: If I should ever leave you. Following your advice, I wanted to read a writer who excels at examining his thought as opposed to action, action, action. I picked up Rick Bragg’s “The Prince of Frogtown.” This is the third book on members of his family, the first being “All Over but the Shouting.” I don’t know why I should be shocked that Rick can write. I’ve read pieces by him before. The guy won a Pulitzer.… Read more »