Should I Write 100?

So you're thinking of taking the Write 100 challenge, but there's something holding you back. You're uncertain if this is really for you. We can help with that. Take our quiz to find out if you're ready to take the Write 100 challenge. Do you like to write? Have you ever wanted to be a … Continue reading Should I Write 100?

Announcement: Spring 2019 Challenge

It's been awhile. Winter has come and gone. Now it's time to write again. Are you ready? So mark your calendars, because it's almost time for the 2019 Spring/Summer Write 100 Challenge. Stop waiting and start writing this spring. Join writers of all ages and all levels from all around the world for the 3rd … Continue reading Announcement: Spring 2019 Challenge

Writing Prompt: Behind the Mask

Use the image as a starting point. What's the story behind this picture? Write a poem inspired by the image. Write about a time you were in costume. What was the occasion? People often wear masks, whether literal or figurative. Examine your characters. What masks do they hide behind? What secrets or insecurities are they … Continue reading Writing Prompt: Behind the Mask

Writing Prompt: Dear Diary

Write a diary entry on behalf of one of your characters. Is it an ordinary day? A momentous occasion? Explore a glimpse of their thoughts and personality through the pages of their diary. When did you start to realize that you liked to write? What was the first thing you remember writing? Write about your … Continue reading Writing Prompt: Dear Diary

Writing Prompt: Rainy Day

Write about a rainy day. How does rain change your environment? Describe the rain with as precise and vivid language as you can. Use the image as a starting point. What is happening in this scene? Imagine you are experiencing rain for the first time. Write about the encounter. What do you notice? Write about … Continue reading Writing Prompt: Rainy Day

Writing Prompt: Lighthouse

Write a story or scene that takes place in or around a lighthouse. Use the image as a starting point. Describe the place and the moment. Utilize as many senses as you can. Reach for strong, vivid language to help your reader experience the scene. Use the elements of the scene (whether lighthouse, boat, ocean, … Continue reading Writing Prompt: Lighthouse