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Friday

Storming through with a fresh blog prompt




Several regions of the United States have been experiencing some significant meteorological patterns lately. That brings us to a keyword phrase to pour into creative imaginations. See where this one takes you!



under the weather

Write a blog post. Come up with a poem or short story. Take some photos. Sketch a scene. Draw a map. The choice is yours.

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Sunday

Pound out a post with a new blog prompt




Stop banging your head against the proverbial wall, trying to come up with a novel idea for a blog entry. Here’s a hearty keyword phrase to smack imaginations into action:


 pack a wallop

What does that even mean? What is a “wallop”? Dictionaries define it as a hard punch, a heavy hit, or even an alcoholic drink (which might also be known as a hard punch). So there you have it.

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Zip over for a Z-Day blog prompt.



Zounds! It’s the last day of April’s A to Z Challenge, as well as National Poetry Writing Month (NaPoWriMo). Congratulations to all the finishers!

Here’s a lively (or at least, undead) buzzword prompt for those needing a little extra zest to close out these month-long creative events.



zombie

I hope you don’t actually feel like one after composing a month’s worth of blog posts!

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