According to the principles of writing practice, writers are free to write anything they want. The goal is simply to write without judgement. The same thing applies to writing prompts. A prompt can be anything. A random word or phrase, a quote, a sign. As long writers respond to the prompt by writing something – it worked. So now its your turn. Leave a comment with some ideas for writing prompts that we can use next week. Got prompts? Share, please.
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