Writing Prompts


So, I’m situated on the couch today, trying desperately to find a transcription file that isn’t total hell to work on in the middle of a feeding frenzy due to recent shortages in the work queue, so that I can earn at least a couple of bucks this week, and, I’m going to be honest, I’m failing miserably. Files are flying off the queue and coming back repeatedly due to difficult audio and accents and I’m basically getting nowhere.

Next browser tab (because, really, who ever doesn’t have a million open tabs at any given time these days?!), I do a little lackadaisical search on methods for earning money while suffering from social and generalized anxiety. Meh. Not finding any new information or ideas.

Next browser tab, writing prompts for adults. If I can’t be “working” on instant money at the moment, I guess I could try writing something new that isn’t just a testimony to what a crap-shoot my life has become.

Right-click, open in new tab, meh, uninteresting.

Right-click, open in new tab, meh, uninspiring.

Right-click, open in new tab, meh … hmmm … wait, these are kind of … different.

Take a look-see: 100 Short Story (or Novel) Writing Prompts by Moe Wood.

I’m not sure who Moe Wood is quite yet, but thanks Moe!

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