Writing challenges that spur the creative flow

Some bloggers, like Punam at paeansunpluggedblog, are very clever at composing posts that combine a number of different challenges (For you is a good example). I thought I’d give some of that a try, but first of course I need to know where the challenges are so I can use them!

So I thought I’d make a list. And since that list might be of use to others, I thought I’d make the list into a post so that others can refer to it too :)

* … so perhaps you should ignore my list and head over there instead ;)

About pendantry

Phlyarologist (part-time) and pendant. Campaigner for action against anthropogenic global warming (AGW) and injustice in all its forms. Humanist, atheist, notoftenpist. Wannabe poet, writer and astronaut.
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20 Responses to Writing challenges that spur the creative flow

  1. blindzanygirl says:

    Brilliant idea. I get mixed up with them all!

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  2. Thank you for including me!
    There is also Fibbing Friday hosted alternately by PCGuyIV and myself (my turn this week)

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  4. A great collection.
    https://blogbattlers.wordpress.com/ have a prompt once a month, which I enjoy immensely.
    If I could suggest, add a short description to the name list. I don’t want to have to click through all of them to find out what they are about. Hashtag lazy.

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  5. Thank you so much for the mention! I enjoy including multiple prompts but only if they come together cohesively.
    Thanks too for compiling a list of all the prompts available.

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  6. Ronovan says:

    Thank you for including mine. It’s the easier one of the two I have, or maybe not. :) I’ve had this challenge going for over 5 years without a missed week. Thank you again.

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