Tag Archives: writing prompts

May Joy Dare

May 9, 2012

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I enjoy using prompts for finding ideas to write in my blogs and journals, as well for my daily devotions and even conversation starters. One of the prompts I’ve been enjoying each month has been the joy dares from Ann Voskamp, author of the book “One Thousand Gifts”.  I’ve shared in different posts how I’ve […]

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Thoughts On Using Prompts

February 29, 2012


Ollin Morales, over at Courage 2 Create, has a great blog for writer’s and creative people.  He recently had a post in which he explained why he doesn’t think writer’s should use prompts.  It’s worth checking out.  To sum up, his reasons are: It only works because it’s acting as a mirror to what is […]

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Book Review: A Creative Writer’s Kit

January 25, 2012


Today’s guest post is written by JudithB at I choose how I will spend the rest of my life.  I’d noticed her references to Judy Reeves in several of her posts.  Although I don’t have this particular book, I have several others by Judy.  Judy also does on-line classes at the International Association for Journal Writers.  From […]

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More Challenges

January 8, 2012


After doing a daily challenge in 2011, I would highly recommend them as a way to get into the habit of blogging and developing a body of work. For 2012, WordPress is encouraging 365 challenges.  It’s been interesting to reading all the ideas people have for a 365 challenge this year.  Take a look and […]

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Daily / Weekly Prompts

January 2, 2012


At some point, we all run dry on ideas.  Fatigue and stress contribute, sometimes it just happens. That’s when it’s great to have some resources to turn to, where someone else has written out a list that you can scan until you find something that appeals. Here’s a list for your back pocket of things […]

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