Write about the subject you usually blog about as if you were a music critic.
I do write blog posts on a variety of topics. Somehow I find the prompts given are directed towards my skills or my favorites. Sometimes it’s about Music, where I grew up , my family, cooking, my likes and dislikes.
One of the recent ones was where I lived at age twelve. I enjoyed writing it , it brought back so many pleasant memories.
The part about my taste in music thrilled me I had the opportunity of writing who my favorite singers are was marvellous.
Sometimes we were told to write poetry and were assured we’d get extra points for it, although poetry is not my thing, I did give it a try, Whether those extra points were given to me I’m not aware, maybe it’s a way of tempting us.
The subject of cooking and eating does come up once in a while as a prompt, I love writing about my favorite food.
When I think of Art, I imagine drawing, I’m not good at it, of course if I think I’m not good at something, I refuse to spend time on it.
The internet is full of rants.Help tip the balance:today,simply be thankful for something (or someone).
I am happy to write I like the WordPress prompts we get every day. It takes our mind away from ranting. I took up blogging to improve my writing skills, learn from others in the blogging world, there are some who are gifted their writing attracts many including me, it is witty and written well. They write once a week but their writing is worth reading.
I have come across some gifted bloggers who write excellent poems. I always enjoy reading them.
Some are excellent photographers, there is a variety of talent in this world of blogging, if anyone is interested they’ll find plenty of valuable writings to learn from.
I am thankful to WordPress for providing the prompts, and the poets, and writers who devote their time to entertain us.
Are writing prompts a useful exercise, or do you find them to be too limiting and/or hokey?
To me writing prompts are useful as long as they do not suggest knowing about people who write these prompts, I know some use it in a different way and ignore writing about themselves,which is a good thing.
There are a lot of prompts where they want us to write about us, I am tired of doing it. There are a lot of things it can focus on and leave out knowing about people who write these prompts.
By this time I think I have written a lot about myself, anyone reading it will have no trouble writing a biography of me.
It’s time the prompts given to us is something more educational than knowing about us as persons. There are a lot of topics that can help one’s general knowledge.
When was the last time you experienced writer’s block?what do you think brought it about—and how did you dig your way out of it?
I am accustomed to do the prompts each morning, I seldom have writer’s block , if I did not have the prompts I know I’d have writer’s block and I’d have a tough time getting out of it.
Go to your Stats page and check your three–five posts. Why do you think they’ve been successful? Find the connection between them, and write about it.
I checked my stats, there isn’t much connection,there . It maybe different groups of viewers and visitors read those particular posts,some like Tagore’s poems and his songs, others feel the same about a topic I’ve written about,such as, “Can’t watch this”.
I know weather is always an interesting topic for a lot of people, unexpected changes in the weather gets more attention than usual. Sudden shifts was of interest to more people, they compare what happened when they faced unexpected weather, how they coped with it.
I think when the prompts sound interesting more people read it.