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WRITING PROMPTS

Mid-Week Randomness #2

Keeping writers on their toes!

Photo by Aziz Acharki on Unsplash

Around here at PW, we like to keep our writers engaged. So every so often, I will post a random mid-week prompt to break up the monotony of just writing poetry or fiction for five days. You can still use the prompt for poetry or fiction if that’s your style! But, if you’ve always been a jeans and t-shirt kind of person, try a ball gown or tuxedo… that’s all I’m saying.

Random Prompt

If you could repeat any day of your life and make a significant change for a different outcome, what would that change be? How would it affect your life today? Doesn’t have to lead you down the road of regrets!

Word Length — up to 1000 words

Write promptly and enjoy! And don’t forget about the Monthly Theme!

Ravyne Hawke, Editor

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Promptly Written is the place to find prompts for all your writing needs. Daily, weekly and monthly prompts will be made available. Snag only the ones you like. Write whenever, wherever the mood strikes you. Please credit Promptly Written in your story.

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Ravyne Hawke

Ravyne Hawke

Poet, Fiction Writer, Essayist, Artist, Dreamer | “Enlightenment is when a wave realizes it is the Ocean” ~Thich Nhat Hanh

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