Write about a time you faced your fears. Or a time you could have faced your fears, and didn’t.
Today’s writing prompt: In the light of day . . .
Spring is . . . . . . The true harbinger of spring is not crocuses or swallows returning to Capistrano, but the sound of the bat on the ball. — Bill Veeck . . . The world is mud-luscious and puddle-wonderful.— E.E. Cummings . . . a heart full of hope and a shoe full of rain. Your turn . . . Spring is . . . Just Write!
What would you do if you weren’t afraid?
What makes you smile?
Write about a pet peeve.
If, for one month, you could live anywhere, any place, in a certain residence, or in a famous home, where would you pick? You can time travel into the past or future.
What did you used to do that you no longer do?
Writing Prompt: Today I saw . . . You can write about what you saw today. Start writing and see what happens. Write freely and with no cares about the outcome. Just write!
You have just been notified that you have won a prize on the level of a gold medal at the Olympics, or a Grammy, or an Academy Award, or a Pulitzer Prize. Write about a special skill you have and how you won an award for that. Let your imagination soar. What have you won a prize for? What is your reaction? Write your acceptance speech.