Today’s writing prompt: Opening line from Maxine Hong Kingston, The Woman Warrior: Memoirs of a Girlhood Among Ghosts: “You must not tell anyone, my mother said, what I’m about to tell you.” Or: You must not tell anyone . . . Or: My mother said . . .
Today’s writing prompt: When I was a teenager, I especially loved to . . . Or: When I was a teenager, I hated to . . . Or, simply: When I was a teenager. . . Just start writing and see where it takes you.
Picture yourself standing in a doorway. What kind of light is in front of you? What kind of light is behind you? Set a timer for 15 minutes. And write.
Today’s writing prompt: Animal Crackers. Set your timer for 15 minutes and write.
Write about the most formal event you have attended. Or, write about the most loose, informal, or bizarre event you have attended. Just write!
Do you have something special that belonged to someone who is no longer alive? Why is it meaningful to you? Or write about something that is meaningful and why.
Remember math word problems? If x = a + c, then what does b equal? If Johnny and Tony want to end up at the same place and at the same time, why didn’t they just travel together? Prompt: Word problems
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!