The Weird Week in Writing is taking a holiday today to enable your Promptly scribe to work on the Writer’s Yearbook 2011 magazine, and to head down to the Kentucky State Fair on a writing prompt reconnaissance mission.
Here’s to hoping your weekend is an excellent one!
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WRITING PROMPT:The Tweets That Never Were
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response (500 words or fewer, funny, sad or stirring) in the Comments section below.
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Write the tweets of your dead hero, a dead historical figure, or a long-passed literary great.
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