Writing Prompts and Steven Males Blog

I found this wonderful blog that gives us all “WRITING PROMPTS” each day – that I thought you all would love to see.  Here is what she says, “I believe that the most important thing about writing is to HAVE FUN! You can worry about things like commas, point of view, tenses, etc., later. Right now, just start writing!” Related Prompts below:

and here is another blog I absolutely love by Steven Male and he has The 30 Day Challenge. Other Posts he has include:

Day 103 – Porch Test

Comments are open…. Thanks..


About Jackie Paulson LOVES BOOKS

About Jackie Paulson You love to help others solve problems you are Intuitive; (Jackie uses her intuitive skills to help others solve their problems). YOU SEE THINGS OTHERS CANNOT SEE. You are great at picking up on peoples moods and predicting the future. (Jackie can predict future events by reading and feeling others moods). You know what others are THINKING before they speak a word. (Jackie is a true empath because she knows what other people are thinking before they say a word). Your Purpose in life is to SHOW LOVE TO OTHERS (Jackie can show love to others even to those who have been emotionally, mentally, physically, verbally abused). People turn to Jackie for Direction and Hope and New Ideas. (Jackie can lead others in the right direction and bring hope when there seems to be none left). I DO BOOK REVIEWS email me at jackiepaulson8@outlook.com
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8 Responses to Writing Prompts and Steven Males Blog

  1. Steven Male says:

    Thanks so much Jackie! You’re so awesome!!! 😀

  2. Kate Kresse says:

    Great links, Jackie!

  3. Vikki says:

    Wow….thanks for the links Jackie 🙂

    Will definitely be reading these 2!!!!


  4. Liz says:

    Thanks for linking to my blog, Jackie! Cool place you’re building here.

  5. KathyRobbins says:

    Thanks for posting this! I like the ideas of writing prompts. This is helpful, especially for those dry days…

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