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Introducing: yeah, WRITE!

screen-shot-2016-09-22-at-2-08-05-pmEvery year for the past three years
I’ve done the NaNoWriMo
Night of Writing Dangerously.
It’s a night filled with fun, writing, food,
and, best of all,
it raises money for the NaNoWriMo Young Writers Program.

I love to think of a thank you for people who donate to my cause,
and came up with a fun pdf this year called yeah, WRITE.

To explain, here’s a short video.

Not into videos?
Here’s the intro to the packet.

What IS yeah, Write?

When you donate any amount to my campaign,
you get this pdf.
It shows up in the thank you email,
so, instant gratification!

I will be sharing with you in the upcoming days
how I came up with and used the sheets.
Here’s an overview of what the sheets are about!


10 pages of writing prompt goodness,


along with a few blank bonus pages to use for whatever you want!



PICTURE THIS:

A page of pictures that you can use as story starters,
along with plenty of space to write your story.
Use one picture or many to create your story!

WORD GRAB: 

A grab bag of words to choose from to create a story,
along with some space to write it down.
Use one word or many to create your story!

CROSS ‘EM OUT:

A page with horoscopes
(because don’t they have the BEST words?)
to play around with.
Cross out the words you don’t want to use, blackout poetry style,
to create your own poems!

STORY YOU ALWAYS TELL:

This one is pretty straightforward.
Think of a story you always tell, and write it in the speech bubble!

STORY YOU NEVER OR RARELY TELL:

The opposite of the one above,
with the same speech bubble :)



SOMETIMES I FEEL LIKE:

One of my favorite writing prompts.
I’ve written it in a few times;
you get to finish it!



I BELIEVE:

Another great writing prompt.
Just start with those two words and see where they take you!

WORD ASSOCIATION:

Who doesn’t like doing this?
Or filling in boxes?
You get to do both on this sheet!

TOP TEN:

Lists are great. Here’s a fun way for you to work on one.
Fill in each box with something from your list!

HERE’S HOW TO:

Everyone is an expert at something.
Use this page to explain to a newbie
how to do something you’re great at.



BONUSES:

Blank speech bubble page and
blank bordered page for whatever you want!

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