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Opting for prompts to quicken ready scriveners




Oh, boy. April A to Z bloggers and NapoWriMo poets. Here we come, approaching the homestretch of the month-long writing challenges.

Hunting for some imaginative blog prompts and writing ideas? Consider these alphabetical keywords.

object
obvious
picking
plant
pious
quick
quantity
rich
raise
ripe
straw
season
stack



Include the painting in your own posts, if you wish. (Be sure to include the artist information – below.)

Want to find some additional writing topics and fine art to accompany your own blog posts or poems? Visit the Simply Snickers archives (via the sidebar on this page). Feel free to use any of the prompts provided among my old posts here.

Heads up: If you use any of these blog prompts and/or the artwork, please consider linking back (as a courtesy) to Simply Snickers. And double on back with a comment and a link to your own post, so my readers can find your post.

Image:
Il frate in cucina
by Hermann Kern
1880
Public Domain

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5 comments:

  1. Here's my post:
    Overshares and unawares: A-Z verses from vintage visages

    Participating in:
    NaPoWriMo - National Poetry Writing Month (April)
    April A to Z Blogging Challenge

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  2. Used QUANTITY AND QUICK for today's post for the April A to Z Blog Challenge and NaPoWriMo (National Poetry Writing Month).


    Quads and Bods to Beat the Odds

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  3. Thanks for the prompt and the inspiration.

    My poem for today incorporates your prompt/s and fits NaPoWriMo (National Poetry Writing Month) and the April A to Z Blogging Challenge.

    Here it is:
    Reach for the beach

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