The full list is posted here – feel free to check it out and submit your creative thoughts, be they words, art, or a combination of the two! This week, I utilized some words that rhyme, so I want to see what you create!
The full list is posted here – feel free to check it out and submit your creative thoughts, be they words, art, or a combination of the two! Some great submissions have come in already, and I want to see yours 🙂
If you haven’t had a chance yet to check out 7Words, and you like prompt-based writing, head on over to check out the ongoing list for Week 3. The prompt is simple and submissions are easy! One click at the top of the page, and your ponderous thoughts are in my mailbox.
New words each week, and you can also submit to twitter – @jennibean212.
While you’re there, stick around and share your art with me using any or all of the words we’ve amassed. I’d love to see what you come up with. Week 2’s words are slowly arriving on the page, so come and see the words we picked so you don’t have to. 🙂
I’m one of those writers that is always wanting a chance to sit down and type out all my thoughts in a largely eloquent way. Usually when I’m supposed to be doing anything else (including working, *cough cough*) and often when I have no time but a few minutes. When I do finally get a chance to clear out a part of my schedule to WRITE, I end up staring at a blank screen until I wander over to the internet instead.
Faced with the fact that I do well with prompts, I figured, why not start prompting myself? I can think of things to write about when I’m not supposed to be writing, maybe I can harness that and save it for later.
And then I thought, why not share it with others? So I present to you all, 7 Words to Inspire, or #7words. Each week, I will have seven words designed to prompt you. They will be posted daily on my twitter, @jennibean212, and collectively each week right here.
They can be used to make art, or to spark conversation. They can be used all together, or one at a time. It’s up to you. I plan on utilizing each one somehow, but I leave it open so that the end result is that we keep creating.
But wait, there’s more!
I want to see your art! If you submit your art to me in the comments below, or to my twitter, I’ll retweet and feature here as well. My favorite will even win the banana of AWESOME.
We are already in Week 2 of this new challenge, so I will present the winner from last week in a separate post. The list of words from Week 1 are below. If you want to contribute and have any questions, please feel free to ask!
I hope these words inspire you.