Good morning writers! (and creators!)
I wanted to clarify that you don’t have to use a prompt literally. So back when we hat Sincerity on Day Two you could have used “Sincere.” Hope that helps.
We are at the end of week one of our challenge I hope it is going well.
Today’s Summer Writing Challenge is…
steep view to treetops (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
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Welcome back my friends to the annual ritaLOVEStoWRITE Summer WRITING Challenge. Each day for the month of July I’ll present you with a word prompt.
It is up to you how much or how little you wish to write for the day (Maggie and I have set our goal at 1 hour a day.)
You don’t have to WRITE. This can be a CREATIVE challenge. You can use the prompts to set you off on other creative journeys if you like. Last year Emily W. took an artistic approach and did some great photo essays. I’m wondering if some of my chief friends could whip up some menu items based on our prompts?
And you can share (or not) by leaving a comment below or sending me an email at ritaLOVEStoWRITE@gmail.com
OK here it is… Today’s prompt is…
So whether is it a plank like the exercise…
English: an exercise of abs (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
or cedar plank you are going to cook your salmon on, or…
English: Wooden plank with nailed aluminum sheet. Building facade close-up. Français : Planche avec une lame d’aluminium clouée dessus. Gros plan d’une facade. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
the plank in a political platform… get nailing people, you’ve got a lot of creating to do.
Writing (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
|(NOT my actual hand.)
Also: Quick reminder… don’t forget to keep up with “A Year of READING Dangerously” lots more books to get through on the 100 most banned and challenged book list. Please stop by and help us get through them all before Banned Book Week!
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