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Your Second Writing Prompt

Lesson 28 Chapter 7 Module 3

Second writing prompt day means we are two weeks into the course.

How are you feeling?

It’s ok if you fell a little behind, had to double up on a few lessons, or maybe skipped through something that you just couldn’t bring yourself to finish.

As I mentioned yesterday, life happens.

I know you signed up to become a master writer, but you probably wanted to get into a regular writing routine and habit as well. Am I right?

That is part of why this course has a rather loose structure, because we’re only going to be together for another six weeks.

After that, you’re going to be on your own. Waking up every morning with no one but the paper (or screen) and your own conscience to know if you sat down and wrote something.

Finding things to write about from the world around you and your daily life, not just things that someone is telling you to write about.

At the end of this course, I want you to become a master writer, and you will be well on your way there with what you have learned from the copywork.

But I also want writing to be fun for you. To be something you can do more easily, with the skills you’ve learned and the tools you now have.

That said, today’s lesson isn’t necessarily a super structured writing prompt. It is more about pulling something great from something simple.

You can write about the history, a connection you’ve made, a way you’ve seen this manifested in reality...whatever comes to mind and makes for good commentary.

WEEK TWO WRITING PROMPT

Write 500-750 words based on one of the words below:

  • Abundant
  • Leisure
  • Luck
  • Hidden
  • Eventually
  • Cut
  • Plea
  • Waste
  • Anomaly
  • Speech
  • Fresh
  • Motto
  • Genius
  • Loan
  • Majestic
  • Emergency
  • Discipline
  • Lunch
  • Book
  • Surprise
  • Point

Happy writing!

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