Writing Prompt Challenge – Week 3!

Hey guys! I missed a prompt challenge post last week but am back again, this time with something a little bit different! I’d love to know what you think! 😊

This series is basically a writing prompt challenge that will be posted every Sunday (around 8pm) which you can use to further your writing skills, get an extra bit of practice or just test yourself. You don’t have to take part every week and there’s no obligation to share what you write, I just thought this would be a bit of fun within the writing community for anyone who fancies it!

RULES:

There’s one prompt per week (posted every Sunday, around 8pm)

You can take part as much or as little as you like!

Do your best with writing as much as you like with the prompt – there’s no word count!

Feel free to share your work with others who are taking part, or keep it to yourself – this exercise is just meant to get back into the habit of writing, no pressure!

Use the prompt however you like! Whether it’s the opening sentence, the closing line or somewhere in the middle, use it however sparks your creativity the most.

PROMPT:

Sixth Sense Challenge

SMELL: the smell of fresh mint

SIGHT: someone’s red leather journal

SOUND: the sound of Marcie’s feet

TASTE: a purple lollipop

TOUCH: an old letter from Amsterdam

MEMORY: a beekeeper’s outfit

Use these things to write from, making up the bits in between. Use all of the senses or just one or two, totally up to you!

NOTE:

This is another prompt from the Writer’s Toolbox from Jamie Cat Callan (link is not an ad/affiliate, just in case you guys want to check it out – full review of it will be up here soon!) but is a different section of the box. Do you guys prefer this kind of prompt? 

So, what did you think? Did this prompt work for you? I’d love to know! I’d also love to read your work if you’d like to share it! 

You can always find me over on Instagram and Twitter if you’d like to discuss this (or anything else I talk about) in more detail 😊📚

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