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Monday

Floating by with new blog prompts




Are you paddling in place or casting about for fresh topics for upcoming posts on your own blog? No need to make waves or rock the boat. Just reflect upon these keyword prompts, and see where they lead your own creativity:

oar, or, or ore
out
overboard




ART - The House on the Bridge, by Diego Rivera, 1909
 
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.

Simply Snickers sends special best wishes to poets, writers, and bloggers participating in this year’s April A to Z Challenge and National Poetry Month. Both begin April 1st! (I’ll be participating with several of my own sites. Happy A to Z and NaPoWriMo all around.)


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Sunday

Bring spring in with fresh blog prompts



We like to think of the spring season as a time of new starts, new life, and new energy. Longer stretches of daylight lure us outdoors, where nature seems to be springing into action in full color. What images does this occasion bring to mind? What exciting inspiration do you derive from this encouraging change of season?

Try these keyword prompts, and see where your thoughts land.

sprang

spring



ART - Paysage by Jean Metzinger 1912

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Monday

BrainSTORMing with crisp, new blog prompts




Are you having crazy weather where you live? We surely are this year. That brings us to the newest set of writing prompts at Simple Snickers. Give these keywords a whirl, and see where they take you. Include the artwork, if you wish!

weather
whirling
weird



ART - The Balloon Apron by Frank Dobson 1918

What did the wind blow in? Let us know what you posted on your own site.

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.


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