October 2021 Writing Prompts

Welcome to another month of writing prompts. The following prompts are ones I’ve used in the past for my own writing efforts, but to my knowledge have never been published. After nearly four years of posting writing prompts for all of you, it is getting harder to keep track of what I’ve posted and what I haven’t. So please forgive me if you see a duplicate prompt from time to time. Have a great month everyone! 

 ~M xo

  1. Pasteurized promises.
  2. Guilty pleasures.
  3. She was a damsel in distress.
  4. Stricken with a curse.
  5. Melted butter caused her to shudder.
  6. They marched onward.
  7. The smell of victory.
  8. Created for his pleasure.
  9. Happiness could be seen in her smile.
  10. The king ruled with an iron fist.
  11. Unblemished perfection.
  12. The tea pot snarled at the sugar dish.
  13. He shirked his responsibilities.
  14. Crabapples lined the walkway.
  15. The chocolate wasn’t chocolate.
  16. The silvery web became tangled around his throat.
  17. It appeared that the tree held all the answers.
  18. The book came alive and she was sucked into its pages.
  19. The sky was crimson and sprinkled with golden hues.
  20. She sank into oblivion as she realized his fate.
  21. The essence of her lingered on the cool night air.
  22. I was five and the world still seemed like a fairly pleasant place.
  23. Everlasting peppermint sticks with endless licks.
  24. Her eyes said everything that she couldn’t say.
  25. The elixir bubbled over and burned a hole right through the floor.
  26. It was 1972…
  27. The tides of yesterday were easily forgotten.
  28. The taste of victory was finally his.
  29. They never knew who he really was.
  30. Only a few embers remained.
  31. His reflection was not his own.

If you’re new to prompt writing, and don’t really understand how to use the prompts, please consider the following writing exercise.

Settle into your favorite place in the house with a hot drink to warm your waking bones.  Once you’ve warmed up a bit; grab your journal, a trusty pen, and a timer.  Then, set your timer for ten minutes and begin writing about one of the prompts.  Don’t worry about spelling, punctuation, neatness, or anything like that; just write!  Write about anything and everything that comes to your mind, and don’t stop until the ten minutes are up.

I often find myself writing short stories or poems during those ten minutes, but you can write about anything you like.  And don’t be alarmed if what you’ve written doesn’t quite make sense.  The whole idea behind doing this exercise is to get your mind ready and working so that you can begin your day.  Just think of it as exercise for your brain, and once you’ve done your ten minutes of writing, you’ll feel more prepared to tackle the rest of your day.

As always, I will be writing and posting over on my other blog, which can be found here. So please come visit me if you get a chance, and hopefully I can keep up with all of you!

And one last thing before I forget!  I made a quick tutorial for those of you who have been having trouble trying to figure out how to Pingback your posts.  Please go here, if you’d like to view the tutorial.  


Photo credit: https://pixabay.com/photos/autumn-leaves-mood-autumn-color-3813741/

September 2021 Writing Prompts

Welcome to another month of writing prompts. The following prompts are ones I’ve used in the past for my own writing efforts, but to my knowledge have never been published. After nearly four years of posting writing prompts for all of you, it is getting harder to keep track of what I’ve posted and what I haven’t. So please forgive me if you see a duplicate prompt from time to time. Have a great month everyone! 😉 ~M xo
  1. Chocolate rivers and licorice trees.
  2. Splashes of color filled the expanse.
  3. The alarm set the world into motion.
  4. Secret passages loomed underground.
  5. The glass shattered at the mere touch of her hand.
  6. The cuckoo chimed its last farewell.
  7. The magical pendant cursed each wearer.
  8. There in a sea of spaghetti.
  9. Moonbeams sparked a connection.
  10. She swayed to the beat of a thousand drums.
  11. The forest echoed the thoughts in his mind.
  12. Reality hit like a ton of bricks.
  13. She fell off the edge of the world.
  14. The taste of magic glided across her tongue.
  15. Fields of feathery grasses concealed his presence.
  16. The sweetness of her kiss, enticed his desire for more.
  17. The warmth of the water soothed his aching bones.
  18. The finish line seemed just out of reach.
  19. The mushrooms left him in a dizzy state.
  20. Creamed corn was all she would eat.
  21. A jumble of words fell on deaf ears.
  22. Frightened by his sudden movement, she cowered in fear.
  23. The pen ached for her loving touch.
  24. He lived for the moment and this moment was his.
  25. Suddenly the mysterious light disappeared around the bend.
  26. The earth shattered into a thousand pieces.
  27. The monster swallowed her whole.
  28. She squirmed with delight upon his teasing touch.
  29. The kite sailed away to catch a dream.
  30. Lost in a land where wishes are free.

If you’re new to prompt writing, and don’t really understand how to use the prompts, please consider the following writing exercise.

Settle into your favorite place in the house with a hot drink to warm your waking bones.  Once you’ve warmed up a bit; grab your journal, a trusty pen, and a timer.  Then, set your timer for ten minutes and begin writing about one of the prompts.  Don’t worry about spelling, punctuation, neatness, or anything like that; just write!  Write about anything and everything that comes to your mind, and don’t stop until the ten minutes are up.

I often find myself writing short stories or poems during those ten minutes, but you can write about anything you like.  And don’t be alarmed if what you’ve written doesn’t quite make sense.  The whole idea behind doing this exercise is to get your mind ready and working so that you can begin your day.  Just think of it as exercise for your brain, and once you’ve done your ten minutes of writing, you’ll feel more prepared to tackle the rest of your day.

As always, I will be writing and posting over on my other blog, which can be found here. So please come visit me if you get a chance, and hopefully I can keep up with all of you!

And one last thing before I forget!  I made a quick tutorial for those of you who have been having trouble trying to figure out how to Pingback your posts.  Please go here, if you’d like to view the tutorial.  


Photo credit: https://pixabay.com/photos/pumpkin-vegetables-enjoyment-food-3680425/

August 2021 Writing Prompts

Welcome to another month of writing prompts. The following prompts are ones I’ve used in the past for my own writing efforts, but to my knowledge have never been published. After nearly four years of posting writing prompts for all of you, it is getting harder to keep track of what I’ve posted and what I haven’t. So please forgive me if you see a duplicate prompt from time to time. Have a great month everyone! 😉 ~M xo

  1. Strawberry kisses
  2. Lavender lullabies
  3. Abbreviated disclosure
  4. Pictures of the past
  5. Paisley prints and peppermints
  6. Hoping for a miracle
  7. Tunnel of love
  8. Saving grace
  9. A beautiful mess
  10. Willy Winky
  11. Embellished truths
  12. Acorn pie
  13. Goody goody gumdrops
  14. Salty satire
  15. Pickled picnics
  16. Mosquitos and mud pies
  17. A conscious choice
  18. The doorway to hope
  19. Secret messages
  20. The pendant
  21. Socialites
  22. Screams of passion
  23. Vintage heirlooms and her
  24. Toaster pastries
  25. Feminine fiasco
  26. Choice words
  27. Inspired by a flea
  28. Shriveled succulents
  29. Hasty decisions
  30. Her promise
  31. The dreaded thread of fate

If you’re new to prompt writing, and don’t really understand how to use the prompts, please consider the following writing exercise.

Settle into your favorite place in the house with a hot drink to warm your waking bones.  Once you’ve warmed up a bit; grab your journal, a trusty pen, and a timer.  Then, set your timer for ten minutes and begin writing about one of the prompts.  Don’t worry about spelling, punctuation, neatness, or anything like that; just write!  Write about anything and everything that comes to your mind, and don’t stop until the ten minutes are up.

I often find myself writing short stories or poems during those ten minutes, but you can write about anything you like.  And don’t be alarmed if what you’ve written doesn’t quite make sense.  The whole idea behind doing this exercise is to get your mind ready and working so that you can begin your day.  Just think of it as exercise for your brain, and once you’ve done your ten minutes of writing, you’ll feel more prepared to tackle the rest of your day.

As always, I will be writing and posting over on my other blog, which can be found here. So please come visit me if you get a chance, and hopefully I can keep up with all of you!

And one last thing before I forget!  I made a quick tutorial for those of you who have been having trouble trying to figure out how to Pingback your posts.  Please go here, if you’d like to view the tutorial.  


Photo credit: This above photo is my own personal photo which I recently took at a place called, Luray Caverns. Use of this photo is allowed with proper attribution. Thank you… ~M

July 2021 Writing Prompts

Welcome to another month of writing prompts. The prompts below are ones I’ve used in the past for my own writing efforts, but to my knowledge have never been published. After nearly four years of posting writing prompts for all of you, it is getting harder to keep track of what I’ve posted and what I haven’t. So please forgive me if you see a duplicate prompt from time to time. Have a great month everyone! 😉 ~M xo

  1. A bottle of hope sat on the shelf
  2. Her kisses were all that he craved
  3. Pickle juice
  4. Enraptured by her beauty he could think of nothing else
  5. Hot cross buns
  6. His tummy rumbled and his feet grumbled
  7. Time stole his most prized possession
  8. He grew impatient as dawn slowly turned to dusk
  9. The spoiled soup had turned to goop
  10. The boy who read her
  11. Lollipop trees and sugar filled seas
  12. She tickled my senses
  13. Grabbed from behind
  14. The tunnel took me there
  15. Soft skin
  16. Misty mornings
  17. 1, 2… buckle my shoe
  18. Paupers and peppercorns
  19. Icy flames
  20. Beggars can’t be choosers
  21. Treading lightly
  22. The land of light
  23. Genuine discourse
  24. Tears hidden in the rain
  25. The honeymoon
  26. Lit with desire
  27. Felt and bobbles
  28. Ransacked
  29. Peanuts and popcorn
  30. Teenage drama
  31. Wishes and waterfalls

If you’re new to prompt writing, and don’t really understand how to use the prompts, please consider the following writing exercise.

Settle into your favorite place in the house with a hot drink to warm your waking bones.  Once you’ve warmed up a bit; grab your journal, a trusty pen, and a timer.  Then, set your timer for ten minutes and begin writing about one of the prompts.  Don’t worry about spelling, punctuation, neatness, or anything like that; just write!  Write about anything and everything that comes to your mind, and don’t stop until the ten minutes are up.

I often find myself writing short stories or poems during those ten minutes, but you can write about anything you like.  And don’t be alarmed if what you’ve written doesn’t quite make sense.  The whole idea behind doing this exercise is to get your mind ready and working so that you can begin your day.  Just think of it as exercise for your brain, and once you’ve done your ten minutes of writing, you’ll feel more prepared to tackle the rest of your day.

As always, I will be writing and posting over on my other blog, which can be found here. So please come visit me if you get a chance, and hopefully I can keep up with all of you!

And one last thing before I forget!  I made a quick tutorial for those of you who have been having trouble trying to figure out how to Pingback your posts.  Please go here, if you’d like to view the tutorial.  


Photo credit: https://pixabay.com/photos/pencils-writing-stationery-1486278/

June 2021 Writing Prompts

Welcome to another month of writing prompts! As you can see, I decided to go with an alphabetical theme this month. Enjoy the prompts and keep on writing! ~M xo

  1. Apples and acorns
  2. Boring and bland
  3. Crispy and crunchy
  4. Daisies and dandelions
  5. Exits and endings
  6. Fiery and fascinating
  7. Golden and glistening
  8. Havens and hideaways
  9. Icy and invigorating
  10. Jazzy and jubilant
  11. Kilts and kings
  12. Laughter and licorice
  13. Moondust and magic
  14. Naughty and nice
  15. Opals and onyx
  16. Pipes and patches
  17. Quilts and queens
  18. Roses and rain
  19. Silver and satin
  20. Tales and time
  21. Unique and universal
  22. Villages and voyagers
  23. Wrinkled and waterlogged
  24. Xenops and xerus
  25. Yesteryears and yardsticks
  26. Zingers and zephyrs
  27. Anonymous and articulate
  28. Busy and buzzing
  29. Caddy and contagious
  30. Diligent and disastrous

If you’re new to prompt writing, and don’t really understand how to use the prompts, please consider the following writing exercise.

Settle into your favorite place in the house with a hot drink to warm your waking bones.  Once you’ve warmed up a bit; grab your journal, a trusty pen, and a timer.  Then, set your timer for ten minutes and begin writing about one of the prompts.  Don’t worry about spelling, punctuation, neatness, or anything like that; just write!  Write about anything and everything that comes to your mind, and don’t stop until the ten minutes are up.

I often find myself writing short stories or poems during those ten minutes, but you can write about anything you like.  And don’t be alarmed if what you’ve written doesn’t quite make sense.  The whole idea behind doing this exercise is to get your mind ready and working so that you can begin your day.  Just think of it as exercise for your brain, and once you’ve done your ten minutes of writing, you’ll feel more prepared to tackle the rest of your day.

As always, I will be writing and posting over on my other blog, which can be found here. So please come visit me if you get a chance, and hopefully I can keep up with all of you!

And one last thing before I forget!  I made a quick tutorial for those of you who have been having trouble trying to figure out how to Pingback your posts.  Please go here, if you’d like to view the tutorial.  


Photo credit: https://pixabay.com/photos/daisy-dandelion-spring-meadow-5126292/

May 2021 Writing Prompts

Welcome to another month of writing prompts! I decided to stick to last month’s style because they were so much fun to do. I hope all of you will find some wonderful inspiration this month, either here or someplace else. Happy writing! ~M xo

  1. Moon scraped knuckles and knocking knees
  2. Twisted oak paths and blooming breezes
  3. Twerking teens and baggy jeans
  4. Lobbying Lucys and gentle jokers
  5. Quick casseroles and inky obstacles
  6. Awakened desires and endless pleasures
  7. Twisted tales and surprise endings
  8. Essential essentials and worn out wigs
  9. Listless lions and doomsday dungeons
  10. Particle board planters and subterranean snails
  11. Mystic mall cops and maroon feather dusters
  12. Hopscotching hillbillies and hurtling hitchhikers
  13. Candy coated cavities and jaw breaking blunders
  14. Long awaited journeys and lingering kisses
  15. Soothing sounds of sunshine and long forgotten days
  16. Wizard dueling dilemmas and warty wishes
  17. Wafts of cinnamon and permeating cloves
  18. Splitting wood and honking geese
  19. Strawberry ribbons and summer plums
  20. Knitting neighbors and nagging noises
  21. Terrible traffic and peaceful pathways
  22. Coffee kisses and steamy charades
  23. Turbulent tensions and stinging images
  24. Silvery centerpieces and rosebud rims
  25. Small voices and grownup glimpses
  26. Healing hawthorns and harrowing hesitations
  27. Enchanting embers and soft glowing moonbeams
  28. Bright colored kites and paper airplanes
  29. Naughty adjectives and tawdry tales
  30. Sinking sands and rain soaked reeds
  31. Miniature marionettes and dime store delights

If you’re new to prompt writing, and don’t really understand how to use the prompts, please consider the following writing exercise.

Settle into your favorite place in the house with a hot drink to warm your waking bones.  Once you’ve warmed up a bit; grab your journal, a trusty pen, and a timer.  Then, set your timer for ten minutes and begin writing about one of the prompts.  Don’t worry about spelling, punctuation, neatness, or anything like that; just write!  Write about anything and everything that comes to your mind, and don’t stop until the ten minutes are up.

I often find myself writing short stories or poems during those ten minutes, but you can write about anything you like.  And don’t be alarmed if what you’ve written doesn’t quite make sense.  The whole idea behind doing this exercise is to get your mind ready and working so that you can begin your day.  Just think of it as exercise for your brain, and once you’ve done your ten minutes of writing, you’ll feel more prepared to tackle the rest of your day.

As always, I will be writing and posting over on my other blog, which can be found here. So please come visit me if you get a chance, and hopefully I can keep up with all of you!

And one last thing before I forget!  I made a quick tutorial for those of you who have been having trouble trying to figure out how to Pingback your posts.  Please go here, if you’d like to view the tutorial.  


Photo credit: https://pixabay.com/photos/blue-floral-tiny-small-tender-5191962/

April Writing Prompts


I’ve noticed quite a bit of apathy in the blogging realm lately.  And most people are either telling me that they’re out of ideas or expressing the desire for a break from the ordinary.  With those thoughts in mind, I aim to spice things up this month to fuel the lack of inspiration that seems to be contagious.  I’m hopeful that these whimsical combinations will light a fire underneath some of you and set your minds ablaze.  Don’t give up!  😉 ~M xo

  1. Juicy jokes and buttered books
  2. Lost loves and unlickable lollipops 
  3. Battened hatches and big dippers
  4. Windy slopes and flying horses 
  5. Twirly birds and twinkled toes
  6. Soft centers and chewy bits
  7. Foaming oceans and secret potions
  8. Masked men and stolen kisses
  9. Cursed pens and bleeding paper
  10. Puffed pastries and bric-a-brac
  11. Downtrodden doozies and winded waxers
  12. The tower of terror and Autumn’s lair
  13. Guardians of the graveyard and the mushroom forest 
  14. Inky blackness and the faintest glow of light from around the door
  15. Hip hopping hoodlums and rash inducing radishes 
  16. Rosy red petunias and pretty pickled peanuts
  17. The sorcerers staff and the wise child
  18. Spoiled brats and games like that
  19. Vibrant verbena and alabaster artichokes 
  20. Fizzy treats and powdered elephant ears 
  21. Succulent sisters and blazing blisters
  22. Cranberry shag carpet and glinting gizmos
  23. Frog pudding and dilapidated doorways
  24. Baby basil and contagious hiccups
  25. Smelly smells and freaky finds
  26. Crazy crawfish and mushy mud pies 
  27. Gibberish gents and dog-eared doohickies 
  28. Salty succotash and pencil toppers
  29. Bent bristles and blended bananas
  30. Creepy crud and Elmer Fudd

If you’re new to prompt writing, and don’t really understand how to use the prompts, please consider the following writing exercise.

Settle into your favorite place in the house with a hot drink to warm your waking bones.  Once you’ve warmed up a bit; grab your journal, a trusty pen, and a timer.  Then, set your timer for ten minutes and begin writing about one of the prompts.  Don’t worry about spelling, punctuation, neatness, or anything like that; just write!  Write about anything and everything that comes to your mind, and don’t stop until the ten minutes are up.

I often find myself writing short stories or poems during those ten minutes, but you can write about anything you like.  And don’t be alarmed if what you’ve written doesn’t quite make sense.  The whole idea behind doing this exercise is to get your mind ready and working so that you can begin your day.  Just think of it as exercise for your brain, and once you’ve done your ten minutes of writing, you’ll feel more prepared to tackle the rest of your day.

As always, I will be writing and posting over on my other blog, which can be found here. So please come visit me if you get a chance, and hopefully I can keep up with all of you!

And one last thing before I forget!  I made a quick tutorial for those of you who have been having trouble trying to figure out how to Pingback your posts.  Please go here, if you’d like to view the tutorial.  


Photo credit: https://pixabay.com/photos/easter-egg-color-spring-food-5024772/

March 2021 Writing Prompts

Welcome to another month of writing prompts! These prompts were written last minute with the help of my family. We’re hoping you’ll find some wonderful inspiration in what we’ve written here for you. Happy writing! ~M xo

  1. Creases and curves
  2. Dangling modifiers
  3. Purple nurple nincompoops
  4. Spilling Stella
  5. Misaligning multitaskers
  6. Morning burpees
  7. Alleviating the ache
  8. Spicy tonic pumpkins
  9. Mine be
  10. Note taking nonsense
  11. Bending time
  12. Nettles for Nellie
  13. Huggable snuggies
  14. Thumb sucking sister
  15. Frosted foreheads
  16. Bloody brilliant
  17. Believing in the pretends 
  18. Mastering math
  19. Party fanatics
  20. Banging out a dish 
  21. Artistic failures
  22. Hollow hills
  23. The best of the best
  24. Shady lamps
  25. Cantaloupe Louie
  26. Indiscriminate mixtures
  27. Laughing like lunatics
  28. March mist
  29. Puffy-eyed pixies
  30. A smattering of smoke
  31. Pandemonium and persuasions

If you’re new to prompt writing, and don’t really understand how to use the prompts, please consider the following writing exercise.

Settle into your favorite place in the house with a hot drink to warm your waking bones.  Once you’ve warmed up a bit; grab your journal, a trusty pen, and a timer.  Then, set your timer for ten minutes and begin writing about one of the prompts.  Don’t worry about spelling, punctuation, neatness, or anything like that; just write!  Write about anything and everything that comes to your mind, and don’t stop until the ten minutes are up.

I often find myself writing short stories or poems during those ten minutes, but you can write about anything you like.  And don’t be alarmed if what you’ve written doesn’t quite make sense.  The whole idea behind doing this exercise is to get your mind ready and working so that you can begin your day.  Just think of it as exercise for your brain, and once you’ve done your ten minutes of writing, you’ll feel more prepared to tackle the rest of your day.

As always, I will be writing and posting over on my other blog, which can be found here. So please come visit me if you get a chance, and hopefully I can keep up with all of you!

And one last thing before I forget!  I made a quick tutorial for those of you who have been having trouble trying to figure out how to Pingback your posts.  Please go here, if you’d like to view the tutorial.  


Photo credit: https://pixabay.com/photos/night-spring-ginkgo-leaves-5382923/

February 2021 Writing Prompts

Welcome to another month of writing prompts! It’s hard to believe it’s February already. This is a busy month for me since I’ll be celebrating my 27th wedding anniversary, Valentine’s Day, and my 49th birthday all in the same month. I always wonder why I stupidly picked February as the month to get married. It certainly lessens the excitement since all the celebrations are pretty much lumped into one day instead of three separate occasions. Oh well, we live and learn… 😉 Cheers to all of you who are still fighting through these challenging times. Stay safe, happy, and healthy!

Love, ~M xo

  1. Turbulent tranquility
  2. Little by little
  3. Because of you
  4. An unspoken language
  5. The day after eventually
  6. Twin flames forever
  7. The egg nest
  8. Feverish fiascos
  9. Moldy mishaps
  10. Waving winter wheat
  11. Splashes of indigo
  12. If I were the wind
  13. One last reminder
  14. Balmy days
  15. Painted words
  16. The candy cabinet
  17. Burying yesterdays
  18. Faceless faces
  19. Lost in lava swirls
  20. Stormy nights
  21. Misshapen realities
  22. Beyond bliss
  23. Into the wild
  24. Magenta in twilight
  25. Real realities
  26. Impressive and ludicrous
  27. Homespun fabric
  28. The heart of who I am

If you’re new to prompt writing, and don’t really understand how to use the prompts, please consider the following writing exercise.

Settle into your favorite place in the house with a hot drink to warm your waking bones.  Once you’ve warmed up a bit; grab your journal, a trusty pen, and a timer.  Then, set your timer for ten minutes and begin writing about one of the prompts.  Don’t worry about spelling, punctuation, neatness, or anything like that; just write!  Write about anything and everything that comes to your mind, and don’t stop until the ten minutes are up.

I often find myself writing short stories or poems during those ten minutes, but you can write about anything you like.  And don’t be alarmed if what you’ve written doesn’t quite make sense.  The whole idea behind doing this exercise is to get your mind ready and working so that you can begin your day.  Just think of it as exercise for your brain, and once you’ve done your ten minutes of writing, you’ll feel more prepared to tackle the rest of your day.

As always, I will be writing and posting over on my other blog, which can be found here. So please come visit me if you get a chance, and hopefully I can keep up with all of you!

And one last thing before I forget!  I made a quick tutorial for those of you who have been having trouble trying to figure out how to Pingback your posts.  Please go here, if you’d like to view the tutorial.  


Photo credit: https://pixabay.com/photos/sunset-winter-pink-blue-frost-5928907/

January 2021 Writing Prompts

Happy New Year, everyone, and welcome to another month of writing prompts! As you’ll notice as you read through the prompts, I decided to do a bit of an aeronautical theme this month. Of course, not every prompt follows this theme, but if you’re familiar with aeronautics, I’m sure you’ll be able to pick out some of the ones that correlate. I figure we all need a chance to escape the past year and fly into the new one with lots of great inspiration. So here’s to all of you, and may this new year be filled with many blessings. Cheers! ~M xo

  1. Belugas and dreamlifters
  2. The pregnant guppy
  3. Twin-engine turbines
  4. Wide-booty bombshells
  5. Hercules propellers
  6. Airbus acquisitions
  7. Ignoring the ignorance
  8. Cannibalizing airframes
  9. Space juice
  10. The flying future
  11. Sentimental celebrations
  12. Jacopo Prisco
  13. Warm winter chili
  14. The tear keeper
  15. Muttville massacre
  16. Knobby noses
  17. Timid Tom
  18. Fusion forests
  19. Jelly junipers
  20. Lickable lotions
  21. Sofa surfing
  22. Piccadilly square
  23. Certifiably sensational
  24. Ricocheting rockets
  25. Unseasonably salty
  26. The sugar scandal
  27. Wicked wickles
  28. Time’s doorstep
  29. Elemental orbits
  30. Crestfallen curvature
  31. Fragrant findings

If you’re new to prompt writing, and don’t really understand how to use the prompts, please consider the following writing exercise.

Settle into your favorite place in the house with a hot drink to warm your waking bones.  Once you’ve warmed up a bit; grab your journal, a trusty pen, and a timer.  Then, set your timer for ten minutes and begin writing about one of the prompts.  Don’t worry about spelling, punctuation, neatness, or anything like that; just write!  Write about anything and everything that comes to your mind, and don’t stop until the ten minutes are up.

I often find myself writing short stories or poems during those ten minutes, but you can write about anything you like.  And don’t be alarmed if what you’ve written doesn’t quite make sense.  The whole idea behind doing this exercise is to get your mind ready and working so that you can begin your day.  Just think of it as exercise for your brain, and once you’ve done your ten minutes of writing, you’ll feel more prepared to tackle the rest of your day.

As always, I will be writing and posting over on my other blog, which can be found here. So please come visit me if you get a chance, and hopefully I can keep up with all of you!

And one last thing before I forget!  I made a quick tutorial for those of you who have been having trouble trying to figure out how to Pingback your posts.  Please go here, if you’d like to view the tutorial.  


Photo credit: https://pixabay.com/photos/steampunk-city-clock-clock-city-3006650/

December 2020 Writing Prompts

  1. Deliciously dangerous
  2. Soggy socks
  3. Just neighbors
  4. Leftover turkey legs
  5. Pumpernickel and rye
  6. The stage was set
  7. Casual injustice
  8. Deteriorating daisies
  9. Last but not least
  10. Peppered sneezes
  11. Exotic inscriptions
  12. Futuristic failures
  13. Manual overdrive
  14. The wickless candle
  15. Shortbread shortcomings
  16. Total transformation
  17. Movers and shakers
  18. Geological anomalies
  19. Ironing out the kinks
  20. A plate of pathetic
  21. Same old situation
  22. Arguments in the dark
  23. Disco orange
  24. Carpeted confessions
  25. Feline good
  26. Silky sandies
  27. Chewy n cheesy
  28. Toilet paper terrorists
  29. Freshly floured
  30. Ima tell ya
  31. Dangling dreamers

If you’re new to prompt writing, and don’t really understand how to use the prompts, please consider the following writing exercise.

Settle into your favorite place in the house with a hot drink to warm your waking bones.  Once you’ve warmed up a bit; grab your journal, a trusty pen, and a timer.  Then, set your timer for ten minutes and begin writing about one of the prompts.  Don’t worry about spelling, punctuation, neatness, or anything like that; just write!  Write about anything and everything that comes to your mind, and don’t stop until the ten minutes are up.

I often find myself writing short stories or poems during those ten minutes, but you can write about anything you like.  And don’t be alarmed if what you’ve written doesn’t quite make sense.  The whole idea behind doing this exercise is to get your mind ready and working so that you can begin your day.  Just think of it as exercise for your brain, and once you’ve done your ten minutes of writing, you’ll feel more prepared to tackle the rest of your day.

As always, I will be writing and posting over on my other blog, which can be found here. So please come visit me if you get a chance, and hopefully I can keep up with all of you!

And one last thing before I forget!  I made a quick tutorial for those of you who have been having trouble trying to figure out how to Pingback your posts.  Please go here, if you’d like to view the tutorial.  


Photo credit: https://pixabay.com/vectors/winter-snow-evergreen-pine-2915085/

November Writing Prompts

Hope everyone had a very Happy Halloween!  Enjoy the prompts! ~M xo

  1. Sweet chaos
  2. Butterfly wings and bear paws
  3. Windmill waltzes
  4. Second floor fiascos
  5. Dead red
  6. Logical lies
  7. Bought and sold
  8. Too many tacos
  9. Sounds of the city
  10. Bouncing beauties
  11. Snap, crackle, crunch
  12. Photo allergic
  13. Icy hot
  14. In his defense
  15. Fried ice cream
  16. Empty reflections
  17. The realm of reason
  18. Cozy burrito
  19. Baby bliss
  20. Lost and lingering
  21. Saturated blue
  22. A battle of wits
  23. The futureless future
  24. Diligent and debatable
  25. Troubling tensions
  26. Hilltop hailstorms
  27. Dog days of never
  28. Wild and unwilling
  29. A delicate decree
  30. Bourbon blondies

If you’re new to prompt writing, and don’t really understand how to use the prompts, please consider the following writing exercise.

Settle into your favorite place in the house with a hot drink to warm your waking bones.  Once you’ve warmed up a bit; grab your journal, a trusty pen, and a timer.  Then, set your timer for ten minutes and begin writing about one of the prompts.  Don’t worry about spelling, punctuation, neatness, or anything like that; just write!  Write about anything and everything that comes to your mind, and don’t stop until the ten minutes are up.

I often find myself writing short stories or poems during those ten minutes, but you can write about anything you like.  And don’t be alarmed if what you’ve written doesn’t quite make sense.  The whole idea behind doing this exercise is to get your mind ready and working so that you can begin your day.  Just think of it as exercise for your brain, and once you’ve done your ten minutes of writing, you’ll feel more prepared to tackle the rest of your day.

As always, I will be writing and posting over on my other blog, which can be found here. So please come visit me if you get a chance, and hopefully I can keep up with all of you!

And one last thing before I forget!  I made a quick tutorial for those of you who have been having trouble trying to figure out how to Pingback your posts.  Please go here, if you’d like to view the tutorial.  


Photo credit: https://pixabay.com/photos/leaves-tree-raindrop-aesthetic-4621334/

October Writing Prompts

Welcome to another month of writing prompts. I hope everyone is doing well. I’m sorry these prompts are being posted a bit later than usual, but this was the first month that I actually forgot to write them! I’ve been so busy with my recent move, that they completely slipped my mind. I hope you all enjoy these last minute ideas and can find a bit of inspiration somewhere in here. 😉 ~M xo

  1. Crispy cold cola
  2. Visions of Violet
  3. We taste every word twice
  4. Blue honey blues
  5. The weathered wall
  6. When love is more than love
  7. On a typical Tuesday morning
  8. General Turpentine
  9. Sliders and dividers
  10. Profound mutterings
  11. Halfmoon happenings
  12. Eleven hours
  13. The pudding police
  14. In this life or the next
  15. Orbiting Orion
  16. A pinch of purpose
  17. The olive tree
  18. If only we could…
  19. Cordially yours
  20. Added aggravations
  21. Seriously sexy
  22. The color of her affections
  23. Cowardly connections
  24. A matter of mistakes
  25. Cataclysmic reductions
  26. Merely monsters
  27. Selling Sally
  28. Twisted telepathy
  29. Signed, sealed and delivered
  30. Corrupted conquests
  31. Predicted expectations

If you’re new to prompt writing, and don’t really understand how to use the prompts, please consider the following writing exercise.

Settle into your favorite place in the house with a hot drink to warm your waking bones.  Once you’ve warmed up a bit; grab your journal, a trusty pen, and a timer.  Then, set your timer for ten minutes and begin writing about one of the prompts.  Don’t worry about spelling, punctuation, neatness, or anything like that; just write!  Write about anything and everything that comes to your mind, and don’t stop until the ten minutes are up.

I often find myself writing short stories or poems during those ten minutes, but you can write about anything you like.  And don’t be alarmed if what you’ve written doesn’t quite make sense.  The whole idea behind doing this exercise is to get your mind ready and working so that you can begin your day.  Just think of it as exercise for your brain, and once you’ve done your ten minutes of writing, you’ll feel more prepared to tackle the rest of your day.

As always, I will be writing and posting over on my other blog, which can be found here. So please come visit me if you get a chance, and hopefully I can keep up with all of you!

And one last thing before I forget!  I made a quick tutorial for those of you who have been having trouble trying to figure out how to Pingback your posts.  Please go here, if you’d like to view the tutorial.  


Photo credit: https://pixabay.com/photos/oak-leaves-leaves-fall-foliage-3851310/

July Writing Prompts

Capture (2)

Welcome to another month of writing prompts.  I saw a lot of new faces last month, and that’s always exciting to see.  There were so many great stories shared, and I had a ton of fun reading all of them.  I can’t wait to see what the rest of this summer brings.  Keep on writing! 😉 ~M

1. The page where the heart speaks words
2. City in the sky
3. Misty moon magic
4. Perfectly puffy
5. The sting of rejection
6. There’s a dragon in the bathtub
7. The cupboard of abundance
8. If only we could
9. Lit by the dawn
10. Regretful happenings
11. Killer of plasma TVs
12. An inchworm made me do it
13. Call the plumber; I’m stuck
14. Don’t tell me it’s fate
15. Sorry, but I needed my coffee
16. A piece of the pull
17. Sorrows of the soul
18. What she doesn’t know won’t hurt her
19. Niceties don’t bring rainbows
20. Two hands are all I’ve got
21. Someday I’ll get there
22. The kiss that said it all
23. Mind in the making
24. Bread and butter never tasted so good
25. A bottle of bamboozled
26. He was hungry for her
27. The Chardonnay of truth
28. The way things used to be
29. Chickens and chocolate
30. Sounds of the alphabet
31. Triggered by time

If you’re new to prompt writing, and don’t really understand how to use the prompts, please consider the following writing exercise.

Settle into your favorite place in the house with a hot drink to warm your waking bones.  Once you’ve warmed up a bit; grab your journal, a trusty pen, and a timer.  Then, set your timer for ten minutes and begin writing about one of the prompts.  Don’t worry about spelling, punctuation, neatness, or anything like that; just write!  Write about anything and everything that comes to your mind, and don’t stop until the ten minutes are up.

I often find myself writing short stories or poems during those ten minutes, but you can write about anything you like.  And don’t be alarmed if what you’ve written doesn’t quite make sense.  The whole idea behind doing this exercise is to get your mind ready and working so that you can begin your day.  Just think of it as exercise for your brain, and once you’ve done your ten minutes of writing, you’ll feel more prepared to tackle the rest of your day.

As always, I will be writing and posting over on my other blog, which can be found here. So please come visit me if you get a chance, and hopefully I can keep up with all of you!

And one last thing before I forget!  I made a quick tutorial for those of you who have been having trouble trying to figure out how to Pingback your posts.  Please go here, if you’d like to view the tutorial.  😉


Photo credit: https://pixabay.com/photos/ice-cream-cone-melting-hot-1274894/

April Writing Prompts

April writing prompts

Welcome to another month of writing prompts.  Enjoy! ~M xo

1. Pouting petals
2. Kansas corners
3. Lustrous lamplights
4. Suburban stays
5. Only resolve
6. Words of rediscovery
7. Beauty and wisdom
8. Times arrow
9. Soup sandwiches
10. The last olive branch
11. Boils, bums, and a humming of drums
12. Sabotaging success
13. Corrupted and claimed
14. Fluctuating follies
15. Mixed greens and marmalade
16. Tripping through the tulips
17. Spontaneous splatters
18. Dream whip
19. He was her moon
20. Sun-kissed sequins
21. That’s a start to something stupid
22. Tangible and tasty
23. The final endeavor of Felicity Frank
24. Conquered convictions
25. Perfect for pulling
26. Single suitcase in the hall
27. The bear under the bridge
28. Watermelon rose
29. Snow donuts
30. The crusades

If you’re new to prompt writing, and don’t really understand how to use the prompts, please consider the following writing exercise.

Settle into your favorite place in the house with a hot drink to warm your waking bones.  Once you’ve warmed up a bit; grab your journal, a trusty pen, and a timer.  Then, set your timer for ten minutes and begin writing about one of the prompts.  Don’t worry about spelling, punctuation, neatness, or anything like that; just write!  Write about anything and everything that comes to your mind, and don’t stop until the ten minutes are up.

I often find myself writing short stories or poems during those ten minutes, but you can write about anything you like.  And don’t be alarmed if what you’ve written doesn’t quite make sense.  The whole idea behind doing this exercise is to get your mind ready and working so that you can begin your day.  Just think of it as exercise for your brain, and once you’ve done your ten minutes of writing, you’ll feel more prepared to tackle the rest of your day.

As always, I will be writing and posting over on my other blog, which can be found here. So please come visit me if you get a chance, and hopefully I can keep up with all of you!

And one last thing before I forget!  I made a quick tutorial for those of you who have been having trouble trying to figure out how to Pingback your posts.  Please go here, if you’d like to view the tutorial.  😉


Photo credit: https://pixabay.com/photos/stork-bird-socket-spring-4098979/