Wednesdays Visual Writing Prompt
Wednesdays hit mid-week when the stress in our lives is hopefully at it’s lowest point. We’ve managed the Monday Rush and the Tuesday catch-up, and are ready to breathe a little. Now is the perfect time to get your writing mind back in action!
If You Don’t Use It – You Lose It
It is important that you exercise your writing ability. There is always room for improvement, and with a regular schedule of flexing your creative writing habit, you could be just one writers prompt away from that New York Times best seller!
Use this prompt to think outside the box, to go somewhere with your writing that you had never dare go before. See what kind of magic you can work with that brilliant mind of yours. You are a story-teller so this should be a breeze.
Maybe you could use this prompt to add a scene to the current book you are writing. A picture like this can spark ideas you may never have considered.
There aren’t really many rules, just enough to get your blog some attention and get new people interested in your writing or the current book you have to offer.
- Write in any genre you like – poetry too
- Tag this post in your post (share this post to your WordPress blog as a new post) so I can find you (it will ping back to this post), then I can check out your work, and promote you on my social sites.
- If you want, when your done, Check which famous writer you write like with a statistical analysis tool, which analyzes your word choice and writing style and compares them with those of the famous writers. Just paste your completed work at I Write Like – You will be given a badge that says which famous author you write like and you can paste the html into the end of your Wednesday Visual Writers Prompt, if you like, to show us all your badge! AWESOME
- You have until the following Tuesday to complete this writers prompt, then I will be posting a new one on the following day, next Wednesday.
If you have any suggestions for future Wednesday Visual Writing Prompts, please let me know in the comments 🙂
I look forward to reading your writing.
(if you post past the deadline I will do my best to read your work and share it on my social networks as time permits)