March Prompt

Hello, faithful readers!

We’ve definitely been busy here on the blog and we couldn’t be prouder. Our goal was to start posting more and interacting with all of you more, in order to create an awesome community to foster growth, encouragement and creativity amongst both us as writers and the writers who follow us here. We’ve been sharing things like our favorite songs with #MusicMondays, what books are currently keeping us up too late with our Reading Roundups, plus our new series introduced this year called Wondering Wednesdays, where we talk about all sorts of different aspects writers wonder about. So far, we’ve covered Why We Write and Crafting Goals, in case you want to have a peek, while we plan to tackle prologues (or not to prologue!) at the end of this month.

So, needless to say, we’ve been busy, but we’re excited, too, to continue putting in the work to add to such a wonderful online writing community we’re honored to be a part of.

Thanks, as always, for sticking with us on this journey.

But our main reason for this blog will always be challenging ourselves by writing new stories for your enjoyment. And our prompt for March is no exception.

 

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So while you might see the same line appearing in all of your stories, so it might feel familiar, we’re pretty stoked to see how much all of our stories vary from this prompt, particularly with how open-ended it is. I mean, nothing can possibly go wrong with a prompt as innocent as that. Right?

Right?

(Yeah, we don’t believe that, either).

The posting schedule for this month:

March 2nd: Meredith
March 9th: Nicole
March 16th: Joyce
March 23rd: Guest Writer Soraya Corcoran
March 30th: Bonus Surprise Post!

Again, faithful readers, thanks to you for making this journey so rewarding. We look forward to reading your comments and hearing your thoughts for another month on Muse in Pocket, Pen in Hand.

Love,
Your Muses


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