It’s that time again. Yes, as many of you already know we’re set for the Write Tribe Festival of Words June 2018. If you don’t know, this is the time to find out!
Write Tribe Festival Of Words June 2018
June 24 – June 30 2018
You, dear blogger!
What do you do?
You write a post based on the prompts provided by us on your blog every day of the Festival
Where to share?
Link it in to the linky on the post for that day on the Write Tribe website.
• For the discipline of blogging everyday
• For the challenge of prompt based writing
• To get traffic to your blog
• To build a network by commenting on the posts of other bloggers
Prompts for this Festival
We’ve decided to mix it up a bit this time around. So we have:
A. 7 – Creative writing Prompts – start sentences/ ideas, etc
B. 7 – Quotes
C. 7 -Image prompts
You can choose to mix it up so that one day you respond to a creative writing prompt, another day you are inspired by a quote and the next day you respond to an image prompt. Or you can stick with only one type of prompts.
Teams – Unlike the last few Write Tribe challenges, this time there will be no groups/ teams. Use this opportunity to connect with new bloggers and build the existing connection.
No registration required. Just join. Most of all remember to have fun and WRITE BRAVELY!
Creative Writing Prompts (all from Writer’s Digest)
Day 1 – 24 Jun – Use this sentence in your post : You’d never believe me if I told you that I _____________, but it’s true and I can prove it.
Day 2- 25 Jun – Use this idea to write a story : You’re traveling in a rental car when you hear the thumping of a flat tire. You pull over and discover the thumping is not coming from a flat, after all, but from the trunk. What or who is making the noise?
Day 3 – 26 Jun – Start your story with: “My dad gave me three life rules to live by: 1. (fill in the blank), 2. (fill in the blank) and 3. (fill in the blank). The first two were easy, but the third one proved difficult all because of a cheeseburger. Let me explain.”
Day 4 – 27 Jun – Write a story about a character who finds out that he or she is dying and has been knocking things off his/her bucket list and has finally reached the last item.
Day 5 – 28 Jun – “Hello,” said the voice on the phone. “My name is __________. I know you never expected a call from me, as famous as I am, but I’ve been given your name as someone who can help me _______.” (Write a story that follows this line.)
Day 6 – 29 Jun – Write a letter to a person who supported your writing career, whether that be a friend, a family member, a teacher (even one that supported you at a very young age before you knew that it would blossom into a writing career), an author you’ve never met but have been inspired…
Day 7 – 30 Jun – A dark and heavy storm suddenly takes over your neighborhood, dropping 6 feet of water so quickly that the storm drains can’t handle it. The water flooded your street and your basement, ruining many of your things. As you rummage through your stuff, you are filled with memories. Think about your…
Quote Prompts (inspired by Disney movies)
Day 1 – Jun 24 – “The past can hurt. But the way I see it, you can either run from it, or learn from it.” – The Lion King
Day 2 – Jun 25 – “In every job that must be done, there is an element of fun. You find the fun and—snap!—the job’s a game!” – Mary Poppins
Day 3 – Jun 26 – “Our fate lives within us. You only have to be brave enough to see it.” – Brave
Day 4 – Jun 27 – “You must not let anyone define your limits because of where you come from. Your only limit is your soul.” – Ratatouille
Day 5 – Jun 28 – “The flower that blooms in adversity is the most rare and beautiful of them all.” – Mulan
Day 6 – Jun 29 – “No matter how your heart is grieving, if you keep on believing, the dream that you wish will come true.” – Cinderella
Day 7 – Jun 30 – “A true hero isn’t measured by the size of his strength, but by the strength of his heart.” – Hercules
Image prompts (from Pexels)
Day 1 – Jun 24
Day 3 – Jun 26
Day 4 – Jun 27
Day 5 – Jun 28
Day 6 – Jun 29
Day 7 – Jun 30