Virtual Write On


Each week we will explore new prompts to assist all levels of writers find their passion for writing.


How to participate in Virtual Write On!


  1. New prompts will be added on Wednesdays. Prompts can be scenarios, quotes, pictures, and music. Choose whichever prompt you would like and time yourself for 20 minutes of writing. Take a break and if you want to, try another 20 minute writing session.
  2. Want to share your work? Follow the Facebook Group and add your content there. Make sure to read the Group Rules before posting your work.
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Writing Prompts

May 27th, 2020

1. You are a therapist and your new patient has a rare and extreme phobia. And you’re about to find out why. 
2. You live alone and have just finished playing your piano. Someone starts clapping for you. 
3. You’ve bought something off the internet and when it arrives, it’s not exactly what you anticipated 
4. Write about a time you tried something completely new 
5. Write about a time you laughed at the wrong time 


Extra Resources


Why use writing prompts?

Follow Writing Prompts on Facebook. A page dedicated to inspiring people to write.

Creative Writing Message from Margaret Atwood


Lynda.com

Lynda has training modules, tutorials and videos to improve your writing techniques. Free with your library card.