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Fiction Friday!

To kick off the weekend we’re bringing you a writing prompt that caters to fiction writing. Sometimes the hardest part of writing is getting a good idea in your head, so here at the WLT we’re going to help you get that golden thought and write that bestseller already! Here’s

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The Write on Wednesday Challenge!

We’re mixing it up here at the Writer’s League and bringing you weekly writing prompts to help get those creative juices flowing! Here’s what we have for you today… Choose one of your favorite poems and look at the last line (or, if you prefer fiction, choose one of your

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Wednesday Writing Prompt

It’s conference time again at the WLT, and you know what that means! We all have to carve out time to keep writing. Finding time to put words on the page can be one of writing’s biggest challenges, so this week we bring you a writing prompt challenge! Scribble a

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Wednesday Writing Prompt!

Hello writers! Today we are offering an opportunity to get creative with a writing prompt that will hopefully spark your masterpiece. Here we go: 1) Describe a “first” (first apartment, first kiss, first time driving a car, first lie, first big success, first roller coaster ride, first day at school,

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Wednesday Writing Prompt

We’ve interrupted your regularly scheduled programming for the last few weeks to bring you some fun features and information about the 2011 Agents Conference. (And, yes, you can still register right here.) But now, we’re back with all new writing prompts! Get your pen! Get your paper! (Okay, do you

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Wednesday Writing Prompt

This week’s writing prompt is actually a revision prompt. For our Third Thursday of April, we were lucky to have authors Margo Rabb, Varian Johnson, Carol Dawson, and Katherine Durham Oldmixon talking revision, and it has been inspiring us at the WLT ever since! This is a prompt that helps

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Wednesday Writing Prompt

Sometimes a little visual stimulus can get us started writing when we’re feeling blank. For today’s writing prompt, you’ll need a prop. Dig up an old photograph (preferably one where you don’t know the people too well!) Write a short story based on the setting and “characters” in the photograph.

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Wednesday Writing Prompt

It’s a busy morning at the Writers’ League as we get ready for the YA A to Z Conference on April 15 and 16. So today we’re bringing you a prompt for one of those times when you only have a moment or to snatch between Very Important Things. Today’s

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Wednesday Writing Prompt

April is National Poetry Writing Month! (Also known as NaPoWriMo). So we here at the WLT thought it was time to put some poetry out into the world. Well. Poetry writing prompts, at least! And don’t worry about whether or not you consider yourself a poet. Just have fun and

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Wednesday Writing Prompt

While we type away, trying to follow the footsteps of a protagonist, it can be the easiest thing in the world to forget that the rest of our characters keep on moving, talking, choosing… living! Our secondary characters have lives beyond the page, and taking just a few minutes to

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