Happy May Day!
Each May Friday I’ll post the week’s writing prompts here. The goal of this challenge is to encourage a small bit of creative writing each day to help develop the habit. Likewise, writing 250 words a day on something unrelated to your current work in progress can be what you need to kick-start you into your creative mindset for the day, and lead you on to your WIP.
Developing a writing habit is crucial. It’s to gain the discipline over your mind to write at will. When you create a habit, your mind wants to engage in the daily dose of creativity.
Give this challenge a go. See if it works for you. Have fun with it!
If you want the chance to win 2 FREE hour-long coaching sessions with me (£150 value), then participate on Instagram using the hashtag #NatWriCoChallenge and my Instagram handle, @NaturalWriterCoaching. You can read more details about how to participate in the challenge here.
Each week, I’ll provide an additional challenge to try with your flash fiction pieces. This is for those of you who are flying through the prompts and might be a little bored. You don’t need to embrace these additional challenges to participate in the NatWriCoChallenge. This is just adding a little extra weight to the bar for those who want it.
This week I won’t be providing a challenge. For those of you who want the challenge, just think of this week as a warm up.
This Week’s Writing Prompts
Again, each Friday i’ll post the one-word writing prompts for the following seven days. You can use this to plan ahead or just have a small bite-size of what’s to come.
Here are this week’s writing prompts:
Friday, May 1: Light Saturday, May 2: Green Sunday, May 3: Mosquito Monday, May 4: Bottle Tuesday, May 5: Gingerly Wednesday, May 6: Headache Thursday, May 7: Flight
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