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Sailing by with blog prompts for all



Ahoy there. Trim the sails, and reel in some terrific topics for blog posts. Try these keywords on for fit:

sail (or sale)
sea (or see)
stern
swift
 
Brig off Sandy Hook, by Edward Moran, c1870. Public domain.

Sail off to wherever your creativity leads you, be it leeward or windward. Rig up your own post. Make it shipshape, and hoist it onto your own blog site. Then race right back here to signal what you have done.


Reminder: If you use this blog prompt and/or the artwork, I’d appreciate your linking back (as a courtesy) to Simply Snickers. Also, be sure to double back with a comment and a link to your own post, so my readers can find your post.


Batten down the hatches. Here you go!

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Ringing out blog prompts for new posts




Sound the alarm! Let’s have some new blog post ideas. Whether you’re a poet or a photographer, a scrivener or a sketcher, or even a diarist, some new keywords may be helpful.

Here are this week’s blog prompts, as clear as a bell:

chime
choose
child
 
Beside the Church Towers, by Munot Schaffhausen, 1875. Public domain.

Consider these keywords. What creativity is climbing into your imagination? Publish your post on your own site. Then double back to let us know what you did.


NOTE: If you use this blog prompt and/or the artwork, I’d appreciate your linking back (as a courtesy) to Simply Snickers. Also, be sure to double back with a comment and a link to your own post, so my readers can find your post.


Ready to chime in? Let your tale be told.

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Leafing through fresh new blog prompts



Looks like it’s time to check out a few new topics for blog posts. Need inspiration or ideas? Try these keywords. Include the pretty painting, if you wish.

window
wild
whimsy
 
Beech Leaves in a Window, by Alhed Larsen, 1927. Public domain.

Reflect on these prompt words a bit. See where they lead you. Publish your post on your own site. Then return to Simply Snicker to let us know what you created.

NOTE: If you use this blog prompt and/or the artwork, I’d appreciate your linking back (as a courtesy) to Simply Snickers. Also, be sure to double back with a comment and a link to your own post, so my readers can find your post.

Note: As always, you are also invited to poke around in the Simply Snickers archive of past posts (see sidebar) for additional blog prompts. 


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