Writing Outside the Lines – Prompt 30

For several years I have used a wonderful book to help me with writing practice. I look to it as my personal study guide and it is organized by day, by month, and provides not only valuable lessons but a prompt a day. So, for the prompt this week I returned to my well-worn and coffee stained copy of A Writer’s Book of Days: A Spirited Companion & Lively Muse for the Writing Life by Judy Reeves. The prompt I am using this week is from the first edition of Judy’s book. I have the newer edition as well, but I still find myself returning to the original when I need a shot of writing wisdom and support. This book is not only my personal writing study guide, but dare I say Bible.

This prompt for this week is:

February 28     What if …

Address the prompt in any genre you feel comfortable using. Remember you are in charge of your own words, there is no ‘right or wrong’ with this process other than to have FUN!

You have until Sunday, March 7, 2016 to share your writing … or when you feel the mood strike even after the 7th.

All prompts are active and feel free to go back to earlier ones if you have not been one of my Writing Rebels … the only challenge here is between you and what you have to write … the rules are few and open to everyone!

*For those new to this challenge, please read the particulars under the third tab that says “read first” https://annieswritingchallenge.wordpress.com/writing-outside-the-lines/ then return to the prompt page to post your response or your web site link in the comments section

Copyright © 2016 Annie
Always…I wish you peace, joy and happiness, but most of all I wish you Love.
As Ever, Annie

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7 thoughts on “Writing Outside the Lines – Prompt 30

  1. Pingback: What if I told you exactly what I feel in this sad election year? | artifiswords

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