Category Archives: Writing Prompts

don’t be scared

Of a blank screen. Theoretically I try and write something creative everyday. In practice I totally fail at this, and generally end up writing on Saturday and Sunday mornings when I tend to wake earlier than everyone else for some … Continue reading

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James Holden: Roses

This story is a response to a writing prompt set by fellow Asylum member Mat Danaher. The prompt he set was “a rose by any other name”, and you can read more about it here. If asked, Jean Butterman would … Continue reading

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A rose by any other name

The Clerkenwell Writer’s Asylum inaugural writing prompt challenge! At our first regular meeting of 2015 last night, the idea of using writing prompts to help encourage those of us who need an extra push to get writing, or just like … Continue reading

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