Sunday

Shadow bunny blog prompts



Hop on in. Welcome April and Easter and spring with new blogging prompts from Simply Snickers.

Pick up any of these prompt words to create your own blog post:

bunnies
Easter
playtime
puppets
rabbit
shadows
spring

Use the art, if you wish. (Be sure to grab the artist information – below.)



Please consider including a link back to Simply Snickers, if you use the prompt and/or artwork. Then c’mon back with a comment and a link to your post. You may be surprised to find our readers making tracks to your own blog site!
Image:
Chinese Shadows, The Rabbit
 by Ferdinand du Puigaudeau
Early 20th Century
Public domain

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Thursday

Bear-ly blogging? Here’s a cool prompt.




Need a fresh idea for a blog post? No need to growl. Here’s an image to get you started.

Grab it and go. (Be sure to catch the artist information – below.)

Put up your own post – on your blog site. Include a link to Simply Snickers, if you will. Then c’mon back with a comment and a link to your post.

Watch readers race to your post, as if drawn by a polar attraction. (Sorry, had to.)

Image:
Grafiti Oso Polar
By RJ Castillo
2013 – Creative Commons Licensing

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Wednesday

Merry Christmas! Blogging on Santa?

Who's blogging about Christmas? How about Santa Claus?

Sure, he knows when you've been sleeping and when you're awake. Maybe he even knows what you're blogging about.



Why not make sure readers know too, by leaving a blog-link comment on this post, pointing our audience to your Christmas posts?

Merry Christmas from Simply Snickers!

Monday

Blog away on Halloween and the Headless Horseman



Giddy-up! It’s almost Halloween. Trick or treaters are coming up with costumes. Homes and shops are draped in spooky decorations.

Are you blogging about this autumn holiday?

Here are a few Halloween keywords to set your writing gear in motion. (Have you ever read Washington Irving’s famous spooky story, The Legend of Sleepy Hollow, published in 1820?)

ghost stories
Halloween
haunted
Headless Horseman
Ichabod Crane
jack-o-lantern
pumpkins
Sleepy Hollow
trick or treat



Don’t forget: You are invited to double back with a linked comment, if you use this blog prompt on your own site.

Image:
Ichabod Crane and the Headless Horseman
by William John Wilgus
c1855

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Saturday

Improvise with this blog prompt


Having recently toured a traveling art exhibit of the paintings of Russian artist Wassily Kandinsky, I thought I’d select one of his pieces for this blog prompt.

Take a look at Kandinsky’s Improvisation 9.



What do you see? What ideas does this bring to mind? Does it jump-start your creativity for writing something for your own blog site? 

Here are the blog prompts:

improv
improvisation
improvise 

The works of Wassily Kandinsky (1866 – 1944) demonstrated elements of several artistic genres, including Expressionism, Fauvism, Abstract. What’s your favorite?


By the way: You are invited to double back with a linked comment, if you use this blog prompt on your own site.

Image:
Improvisation 9
1910
Wassily Kandinsky

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Memorial Day - Remembering the cost of freedom


Freedom is anything but free. We are reminded of that on patriotic occasions like Memorial Day.

Rudyard Kipling (1865-1936 ), the Nobel Prize-winning author who penned The Jungle Book, was British, not American. But his famous quotation about freedom still rings true:

All we have of freedom,
all we use or know -
This our fathers
bought for us
long and long ago.

That statement may be found in Kipling's The Old Issue (1899).



Does that prompt you to write your own blog post or online piece for Memorial Day?

If so, c'mon back with a linked comment, so our readers can find it.

Image/s:
Adapted by this user
from a U.S. Government/public domain photo

Wednesday

Z is for Zotl

Zoo-oo-oom, April A to Z Challenge bloggers and NaPoWriMo poets. Gadzooks! You did it!

We made it to Z-Day!


Z is for Zotl


Camel 
by Aloys Zotl 
1846

It's been a bumpy road for some, but we did it!

You are invited to comment (below), including a link to your own post, if you wish. As always, feel free to follow or bookmark Simply Snickers, so you can zip on back anytime to find new fine art prompts and put up comments with links to your own site.

Congratulations, April blogging and poetry challenge finishers!


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