Weekly 7-day writing prompts

Monday’s Weekly 7 – Day Writing Prompts #1

Mondays Writing tips 7-day weekly writing prompts

New themes Every week.

Welcome to the first of many, Mondays writing tips  7-day weekly writing prompts. Every Monday I will be posting a 7-day calendar with challenging writing prompts to help stimulate your mind and get the creative juices flowing.

Sometimes we just need a break from our current writing projects and explore other avenues of writing. Or maybe you are experiencing writer’s block. Maybe these prompts will help.

How it works 

Each week I will post a different theme allowing you to exercise your writing technics in a wide range of fields. Try and set a goal for each story to be between 750 and 1000 words. You never know, one just may turn into a novel. Have fun! Feel free to post your stories too. I would love to read them.

Mondays Writing tips 7-day weekly writing prompts #1

This week’s theme is “On the job”

MONDAY – A dog walker loses a dog.


TUESDAY – A commercial fisherman goes overboard.


WEDNESDAY – A fireman has to rescue a young child trapped in a 5th-floor apartment.


THURSDAY – A Field Guide has a heart attack while doing a tour.


FRIDAY – A tree trimmer falls from a tall tree.


SATURDAY – A couple’s child gets its first part in a commercial.


SUNDAY – A valet driver steals a car.


Another tip: If you find that you have more to write after reaching 1000 words. Don’t Stop! Keep going! Let your imagination write the story.



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Other helpful links

7 Tips on writing your first book by Georgina Cromarty

16 Writing Tips from Everything I Know About Writing by Juni Desiree

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8 thoughts on “Monday’s Weekly 7 – Day Writing Prompts #1”

  1. That’s the trouble, Tina, once and I mean ‘once’ I get going, I can’t stop! The getting going can take hours, why? I simply don’t understand, maybe the fear of being interrupted, who knows!

    1. I understand where you are coming from Sometimes it’s hard to get on that train, but once we are on we don’t want to get off.

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