Weekly Writing Prompt 5-2-2017
Here we are again, another Weekly Writing Prompt 5-2-2017. A day late getting it posted but I had video editor problems but I think it’s solved okay for now. I just need to learn a little more about the program features.
How have you been doing with your writing prompts? I finally had to go find a new one for the prompts last week. Absolutely nothing was coming to me when I read the prompts.
I’m also in the process of reactivating the Writing Workshop group that I created a few years back. We would love for you to join us there. You can request to join “Create Yourself Through Writing” from here.
Be sure to read the poem that BG Jenkins wrote for the Weekly Writing Prompt 4/24/2017. The title of her poem is, “I Got a Coach – A Team – Nothing to Lose.” My short story, I had to go back and get a new prompt. Nothing was coming to mind at all. The title of my story is: “I Finally Understood What Dad Meant”
So let’s get on with the new prompt for this week.
- The object you buy from a weird antique store makes you live in an earlier time.
- Write about three people you haven’t seen in a long time.
- Write a poem about the number 10.
I just happened to think about some that I wanted to ask everyone. Have you thought about writing your life story? You may want to think about it. With so many people doing Genealogy and Family History research, wouldn’t it be a treasure for one of your descendants to actually have a book that you wrote about your life?
This idea came to mind again when I checked on Amazon to see about books on “Writing Prompts.”
All About Me: The Story of Your Life Hardcover – January 20, 1998 – by Philipp Keel is what made me think of this again. I started mine (The Story of My Life) by participating in NaNoWriMo 2014 but I will have to start again. I lost quite a bit of it by not reading directions. Unfortunately, I guess we can say that some women don’t read directions either. 🙂
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Remember, anyone is welcome to join in the writing process with us.