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Writing Prompts to Get You Started #30

Welcome to the place that is dedicated to getting you writing (again?). Maybe you have absolutely no idea where to start but have always wanted to try being a writer. Maybe you want to write the great American novel or you thought you'd write a poem about hidden life of a grain of sand. Maybe you just need a little inspiration to get you started or you find yourself just a little stuck. Maybe you find yourself trying to break out of your comfort zone or mix things up at work. Whatever your reason for landing here, practicing a little creativity can impact your life in ways you didn't expect.


But let's be honest. Creativity is a muscle and it needs exercise to work properly. That's where this series comes in. With any luck, this series will get your creative juices flowing and get you thinking in ways you hadn't before. Throughout the summer, we posted a couple of prompts every week. We cut back a little during the school year but will attempt to post at least one prompt a month. If you are interested in more, not only are there prompt sites online, we also have a prompt booklet you can get from us and enough creative people on staff to maybe come up with an idea you can run with if you come in and ask.

 

Spring is a time of rebirth and renewal. Plants spring forth from the cold, hard ground, bringing color back to the world; animals mate and give birth to a new generation; all around, life is finding renewed energy to change the world, transforming itself for a new season.


Renewal and rebirth isn't limited to new life, nor is it necessarily good, bad or indifferent. It is the type of change and how people react to it that change in form or function that determines our perception of that change.

Write about transformation, rebirth, or a change you want to see in your life. Better yet, take a point of view you wouldn't ordinarily take on the matter and transform your understanding.

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