1. writingprompts:

#784
five-dollar island

    writingprompts:

    #784

    five-dollar island

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  2. writingprompts:

#786
"Write hard and clear about what hurts."

    writingprompts:

    #786

    "Write hard and clear about what hurts."

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  3. writingprompts:

indestructible and pain-free for a day?
[writing prompt #604 gets a remake]

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    indestructible and pain-free for a day?

    [writing prompt #604 gets a remake]

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  4. writingprompts:

    Cupid Missed is my favorite:

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  5. writingprompts:

writingprompts:


426
update: knight-to-h3 added: “How much do you think each individual app costs in the app store?”


One of my favorite writing prompts ever, and it’s getting the Valentine’s Day reblog because of the LovePotion app… that app alone could be quite disruptive.

    writingprompts:

    writingprompts:

    426

    update: knight-to-h3 added: “How much do you think each individual app costs in the app store?”

    One of my favorite writing prompts ever, and it’s getting the Valentine’s Day reblog because of the LovePotion app… that app alone could be quite disruptive.

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  6. writingprompts:

#800
"a person in a place with a problem" – Cory Doctorow, from this gold mine of fiction writing advice, via my source for almost everything that is quality on the internet
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  7. writingprompts:

    I think an excellent and challenging exercise for narrative writing would be to select at random a handful of elements from The Periodic Table of Storytelling* by James Harris. It’s wonderful:

    [make sure to click through for the full version]

    *fair warning to teachers: unfortunately, some of this is probably not quite safe for the classroom.

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  8. waltdisneysdaily:

    Do not be fooled by its commonplace appearance. Like so many things, it is not what outside, but what is inside that counts.”

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  10. When it came to love, she enjoyed the thrill of the chase but seldom stopped to check whether happiness was keeping up.
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