Weekly Writing Prompt 9-5-2017
What do you use to get through the “Writer’s Block” that some writers usually get stuck in? Personally, I don’t think there is a “beast” such as “Writers Block.” I think it is simply nothing more than “too” many ideas tumbling around in the noggin. So here is the Weekly Writing Prompt 9-5-2017.
At the risk of repeating myself, if the writing prompts that I share doesn’t spur an idea in your head when you first read it, move on to the next one or create a new one of your own.
I know I need to practice what I preach and I will be doing that with this 30 Day Challenge that I’m accepting from Donna Merrill and Sameer Joshi which is to begin tomorrow (Wednesday 9/6/2017).
You can read about that on my other blog, which will be dismantled little by little throughout the 30 Day Challenge. Click Here >>> Live Stream Video With Live Stream Profits.
(Writing Prompts are provided by: Writing.com ) (Aff.)
(1) While in a dressing room, you overhear a threat.
(2) In a castle, where you stay as a tourist, an armoire swallows people who open its doors.
(3) A king relinquishes his kingdom in a bid for lasting peace.
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Last week’s Weekly Writing Prompt 8-29-2017
Wishing everyone great success in all that you do.
P.S. Remember to save the pieces you write. Start your “Writing Portfolio.” You never know when something you’ve written will work for something else you may be writing.
“All writing problems are psychological problems. Blocks usually stem from the fear of being judged. If you imagine the world listening, you’ll never write a line. That’s why privacy is so important. You should write first drafts as if they will never be shown to anyone.” ―Erica Jong