Writing Prompt

So! I love how these writing prompts have been going, guys! I try to find things that are challenging, engaging, and something that will push you outside of your normal box, so that you’re writing something that you wouldn’t normally do. Everything that I’ve seen you all write so far has been spectacular, and I can’t wait to see what you all come up with this week! So, for this week, I’m giving you something a little different that I found over on Writers Write:

So, instead of using those as 31 prompts for July, I want you to pick five to ten words off of the list and use them in your writing prompt. It doesn’t matter how you use them, or what you prompt is about, but you have to use at least 5 words from the list. I can’t wait to see what kind of story you shape from what you’re given, and I know that you guys can do something amazing! And if you’re doing Camp NaNoWriMo, this is the perfect opportunity to actually include your prompt in your story if you’re at a need for a scene! Challenge yourself!

Remember, if you do your writing prompt – whether you’re on wordpress, tumblr, or your own personal site, and you link back to me, I’ll feature you on my own response blog on Saturday, so that all of my followers can see your amazing writing! You all have so much potential in you, and worlds to let loose! I can’t wait to see what this week brings!

 

Until then, keep reading and writing, and keep being awesome!

Author Amanda McCormick

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Comments
  1. Hey Amanda! Thanks for stopping by. You have a great site and lots of inspirational posts and writing prompts. Great idea to join them into camp nanowrimo!

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