Wednesday Writing Prompt, March 25, 2015

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Hey guys!

Here’s your weekly writing prompt! Feel free to use it, just be sure to like and share the page.

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Writing Prompt, March 18, 2015

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It’s Wednesday, and I’m here to deliver your weekly writing prompt. Use it as you wish, so long as you share this page so others can enjoy my stories, writing advice, and the other cool stuff my page has to offer.

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Writing Tips: Outline VS Free Writing

Hey Writers!

Here’s an interesting debate I think all scribblers face. I have been thinking about recently and so, I decided to share my thoughts with you. I hope you find this informative.

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Waking Dreams, A New Thought From Author Adam Gainer

Here is a deep thought I had when I was much younger (sixteen I believe) about dreams. I have revised it as this evening, and thought the idea is one that people should hear in our current global state.

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Fear

Fear

It fades in again, that creeping feeling that moves me forward towards my desires. I cannot allow myself to fall by the wayside, for there I surely won’t survive.

In life we cross boundaries small and large, that must be overcome, otherwise we end up camping out at the very wall we did not dare to climb. Broken pieces of a lost dream, blown around by the winds of life wherever it may take them. A constant cycle, of settling for what you have, instead of pursuing the goals you truly deserve. We make our own rewards, so what’s holding us all back?

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The Darkness: A New thought from Author Adam Gainer

I, like many people, have been watching the news for most of my life. In the past six years, I have noticed the stories of injustice going up, and hope for human-kind dwindling down to the single thin thread. I decided to write out a thought about that darkness… That plague we seem to love so much. The one we buy into and watch every night with our families.

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