Writer’s Workshop

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Writing Prompts

Write a Haiku that describes what you love about an ordinary day.
Get Your Inspiration On!

**Click on inspiration above for your writing prompt**

What is Writer’s Workshop?
Writer’s Workshop is a weekly opportunity for you to participate in a writing activity that will hopefully inspire you to be creative and keep writing while connecting with other bloggers.

How does it work?
I give you a list of prompts every week. You choose one, write, and come back each Thursday to share the link to the post you wrote on the list of links that will be displayed on my blog. This way anyone can click on your name and head over to your place to see what you wrote. Likewise, I encourage you to click on at least the three links above your name so that you can read what other people are writing and learn more about them.

When do the weekly writing prompts get posted?
The prompts are posted each Tuesday. If you would like the prompts emailed to you each week in my weekly newsletter, enter your email address below (you can easily unsubscribe at any time):


Weekly Writing Prompts


When can I start?
Jump in! Simply choose a prompt that inspires you and write. The list of links goes Live on Thursday and stays up for the entire week. You are free to add your link at any time.

You are welcome to write on more than one prompt if you so desire and if you wouldn’t mind grabbing a button to display on your post, I will love you more for it.

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*Writing prompts inspired by countless bloggers, web sites such as writingfix, plinky, NaBloPoMo , writer’s digest, O Magazine, friends, family, books, people in airports, kids, personal experiences and of course my own fabulous imagination. Can I be too lazy to cite them all?