The weather outside is dreary; you’re trying to recover from Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year’s Eve. Right now the last thing on your mind is writing topics when all you can think about is trying to stay warm. With these top five writing prompts for January, you can grab your pencil and notebook and write while snuggled in your favorite blanket.
It’s the first snowfall of the year; the power starts to flicker….
I turn on the television and start flipping through the channels as I sip my hot tea. Nothing draws my attention to the news, so I just leave it on while I putter to the kitchen to start breakfast. After cracking the eggs I hear the weatherman say, “the worst storm of the century” is heading right toward me….
Write a poem about the sound of falling snow.
Start a children's story about a penguin that lives in an igloo.
This morning you woke up to find yourself dresses as the newest superhero. You have no idea what happened last night, until you turn on the news. Your new power: the ability to freeze things at will.
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