Category: Daily Writing Prompts

Get in the habit of writing daily with our daily writing prompts.

Hunted and Hunters 0

Feb. 21 Writing Prompt

As the weekend rolls along, so do the writing prompts. What should we work on today? I’ve been thinking of a fun one, but you know me by now. I either add in a hidden lesson or make it more...

How Blue of You 0

Feb. 20 Writing Prompt

I hope the weekend is finding you well. Today it is time to relax a bit, maybe go see a few friends in a public place (if Covid allows it!) and mingle. Otherwise it is time to buckle down, grab...

Reminders Work 0

Feb. 19 Writing Prompt

Before we dive head-first into the weekend, I want to wrap up the segment on dystopian/utopian worlds. We have spent all week learning how to make a new world, and make it engaging for our audience. There is one more...

Utopian Start 0

Feb. 18 Writing Prompt

Well, I will admit it. I almost missed today’s prompt. However, the sickness and weather and dreariness is no match for a good habit. I firmly believe that if I had missed any previous prompts, I would not be here...

Disaster 0

Feb. 17 Writing Prompt

This week (so far) I’ve asked you to write about dystopian worlds. First, we concentrated on the aftermath of what caused the dystopia, then we worked towards turning things around and building a utopia. Today, the lesson is in-line with...

Love Day 0

Feb. 14 Writing Prompt

It’s the international day of love. And as you may need time to spend with your loved ones, it is still time to write a little. So we will make a quick and pretty prompt for you, and who knows?...

Jack and Jill 0

Feb. 13 Writing Prompt

Welcome to the weekend! It is time to get to work on your own projects without having to worry about alarm clocks or clocking in for work (unless, of course, you work weekends). So for today, we are going to...

Shopping Can Be Dangerous 0

Feb. 11 Writing Prompt

This entire month we have worked on out arcs, from the narrative arc to the character arc. We even had fun creating mini arcs (MARCs) for insignificant characters that make appearances in our stories. Today, as we head into Friday...

Fighting for Stakes 2

Feb. 09 Writing Prompt

Yesterday we practiced writing a character arc for our main protagonist and antagonist. Today, we will also work with these two characters and expand their arcs. We want our main characters (MC) to resonate with the reader. We need them...

Protective Dog 0

Feb. 07 Writing Prompt

As another fun weekend comes to a close, we will cap it off with another simple and fun writing prompt. No real lesson hidden away in this one. Except, of course, writing practice. So, without further fanfare or ado, let’s...

Car Wreck 0

Feb. 06 Writing Prompt

A change! For the weekend, I figured we could get a lot more creative, no? So instead of the narrative arc lessons and practice, I thought we would do a fun little writing exercise instead. No pretense, no intro, nothing...

Adding Subplots 0

Feb. 05 Writing Prompt

All week long these writing prompts have helped you create a story arc. We will continue this trend today. As a recap, we have created our narrative arc, made it more exciting and added the pre-inciting subplot. We then followed...

Write Happy 0

Jan. 31 Writing Prompt

In yesterday’s prompt, we wrote whatever we wanted as long as we wrote relaxed. Today, we are going to focus a little more on that aspect of writing. For many people, writing is relaxing. We enjoy it. Some of us...

Relax 0

Jan. 30 Writing Prompt

We are almost done with the first month of the year. And while I wasn’t able to add my own writing to each prompt, I was able to put a prompt up every day so far! I won’t lie, it...

Azuirk the ViDOGrapher 0

Jan. 29 Writing Prompt

Today’s prompt comes from the heart. Not my heart, mind you, but my dog’s heart. This beautiful lazy bastard spawns more story ideas than I care to admit. And while most of them end up in the waste basket, there...

opposites attract 0

Jan. 27 Writing Prompt

It’s essay day! Don’t worry, you don’t need to make a bibliography and use the 5 paragraph structure (unless you want to…) But, it is also opposite day! So here is how this will work. You will read the prompt....

Get to Work 0

Jan. 26 Writing Prompt

Good evening, fellow writers, authors and word slingers. I do hope you are well and excited about today’s prompt. Today is a fairly straight forward and simple writing, and I want you to enjoy it. Spend a little time on...

Juggling 0

Jan. 25 Writing Prompt

Writing prompts serve several purposes. One of those purposes is fun. Another is to make you think about your writing on a different level. So, for today I am going to combine those two aspects. We will have a little...

Alpha Omega 0

Jan. 24 Writing Prompt

Character development. That is the second theme of the year, following our scene building practice. Today is the final day for character development practices. Let’s recap. We started by learning how to take the time to develop every character that...

Cubes 0

Jan. 18 Writing Prompt

We will continue the scene building practice this week. If you missed yesterday’s lesson, it was on dialogue and writing a scene with details only using character’s speech. Today, we are going to do the same thing, but of course,...

Pets 0

Jan. 16 Writing Prompt

Hello kids! Today’s writing prompt is a little more straight forward. While there is still an element of teaching involved (as always) it is more about repetition. Practice. There is an old saying that practice makes perfect. But this isn’t...

Scary 0

Jan. 13 Writing Prompt

Greetings fellow kids! Today’s writing prompt is designed to get you to think about titles. This can (and does) include things like chapter titles, scene headings and project titles for the novelist and screenwriters out there. It also includes headings...