Click the button above to visit theMomHood’s new weekly event details and choose a button to use for your own post if you’re taking part (you have a week before the next new prompt is posted).
The first prompt is here! this is link for this week’s response post (pingback).
As a guest author here you’re welcome to take part by making your post here if you feel it doesn’t fit your personal blog’s focus and identity. Your own author info will be attached to the post. You must link to Megan’s event post to create a pingback and there’s a Prompt Stomp tag for use in the reader too. Comments here are off to prevent confusion. If you like the idea of this event go support the event host by leaving a like or comment at their blog 🙂
This is the first of my responses to the prompt stomp, although so far, one might say it’s not a very creative response. It doesn’t have to be, it’s just one way of first responding to the first prompt to gain one’s attention, here in our writer’s lounge. Maybe it will reach one of you. Or two. Or three. Maybe you’ll challenge yourself to a time-limited response if you have a minute to spare. Or more than one hopefully, how about five or ten?
The number one prompt is a real good one and you can make good use of it to continue writing practise or any other way you like. There’s no ONE way to respond. You also have ONE week to take part. it’d be a nice way of writing 101ers having a group extension excercise too – we can check each other’s posts out at the MomHood blog (a fellow w101er) and pop round to each other (at least a few) and remember to keep in touch every now and then or once in a while..
So, this is the only one response for this that I’ll make here for now. There could be one or more other that I might make from my personal blog(s) so if you want to see those you’ll have to check out the event page.
Good luck for the future one and all, (especially our completing writing101ers).
(Please, if you like the post here, also pop over and pop a link on Megan’s post too. You need to visit to check the prompt and grab a badge anyway. Comments are off here but you could share on social media without detracting from Megan’s event and help promote both the writing group and that event. Megan is also one of our core founding members – and this is a new event she created during her recent Blogging201 course.)