#Roadtrip Prize Winner

Aug 09

Thank you to all the writers who participated in the #roadtrip project. I hope you had as much fun as I did!

Want to take a look at some of the excellent postcards? Check out the Flickr group to see them.

And…randomly pulled from the list of participants as winner of the Et Voila Design Roadtrip Necklace* is…. (wait for it)

Roadtrip pendant

Colleen, the Subway Knitter! Congratulations!

If you’d like to receive the 2014 Road Trip writing prompts in your email, click here to subscribe to the #roadtrip prompts, and connect with me on Twitter!

*contact Sara if you’d like her to make a #roadtrip necklace for you!

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Writers #roadtrip Prompt: Week 5

Jul 31

Home.

Your task over the next few days is to write a piece of flash fiction, a micro memoir, or a poem
(or more than one if you’re so moved) inspired by the prompt, with one catch: it must fit on the back
of a postcard.

Snap photos of the front and back of your finished postcards, and share them with the hashtag #roadtrip. You can post them to our Flickr group, share on Twitter, or let me know in the comments
where they are.

These prompts are for you. Use them as they inspire you. Give yourself the pleasure of surprise,
the joy of some time to write and complete a small piece.

Since every road trip is better with good tunes, here’s a mix to enjoy while you write.

Be fearless, writers! I can’t wait to see what you create!

Sara at Et Voila Design has created a pendent to give away to one lucky #roadtrip writer! Be sure to let me know by Sunday night where I can see your postcard and get entered to win this beauty. I’ll post the winner on Monday!

Roadtrip pendant

 

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Writers #roadtrip Week 4

Jul 24

The signs started to appear 50 miles back.

Your task over the next few days is to write a piece of flash fiction, a micro memoir, or a poem
(or more than one if you’re so moved) inspired by the prompt, with one catch: it must fit on the back
of a postcard.

Snap photos of the front and back of your finished postcards, and share them with the hashtag #roadtrip. You can post them to our Flickr group, share on Twitter, or let me know in the comments
where they are.Really, as long as you label your pictures with #roadtrip when you post them online, I should find them!

These prompts are for you. Use them as they inspire you. Give yourself the pleasure of surprise,
the joy of some time to write and complete a small piece.

And since every road trip is better with good tunes, here’s a mix to enjoy while you write. Thanks, Rae, for this week’s mix!

 Be fearless, writers! I can’t wait to see what you create!

To make sure you receive the Road Trip writing prompts in your email, click here to subscribe to the #roadtrip prompts, and connect with me on Twitter!

P.S. I’m gathering prizes for participants! Sara from Et Voila Design is making a writers #roadtrip necklace to add to the prize list! Be sure to check out her site.

P.P.S. This Friday, I’ll post some of the #roadtrip stories for your enjoyment. Be sure to let me know where to find yours!

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Postcards from Writers #Roadtrip

Jul 19

Times Square Week 2 Front
Times Square Week 2 Back

 

Colleen’s Week 2 postcard.

Take a look at some of the other excellent #roadtrip stories:

Margene posted week one here and  here is her week two story.

Maddie’s is here.

Lucinda’s week one and week two.

Thanks, writers, for sharing your stories!

If you’d like to receive the Road Trip writing prompts in your email, click here to subscribe to the #roadtrip prompts, and connect with me on Twitter!

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Writers #roadtrip Week 3

Jul 17

“I’ll pull the car over.”

Your task over the next few days is to write a piece of flash fiction, a micro memoir, or a poem
(or more than one if you’re so moved) inspired by the prompt, with one catch: it must fit on the back
of a postcard.

Snap photos of the front and back of your finished postcards, and share them with the hashtag #roadtrip. You can post them to our Flickr group, share on Twitter, or let me know in the comments
where they are.Really, as long as you label your pictures with #roadtrip when you post them online, I should find them!

These prompts are for you. Use them as they inspire you. Give yourself the pleasure of surprise,
the joy of some time to write and complete a small piece.

And since every road trip is better with good tunes, here’s a mix to enjoy while you write. Thanks, Jill, for this week’s mix!

 Be fearless, writers! I can’t wait to see what you create!

To make sure you receive the Road Trip writing prompts in your email, click here to subscribe to the #roadtrip prompts, and connect with me on Twitter!

P.S. I’m gathering prizes for participants! Sara from Et Voila Design is making a writers #roadtrip necklace to add to the prize list! Be sure to check out her site.

P.P.S. This Friday, I’ll post some of the #roadtrip stories for your enjoyment. Be sure to let me know where to find yours!

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Writers #roadtrip Prompt Week 2

Jul 10

It had been hours since the last gas station.

Your task over the next few days is to write a piece of flash fiction, a micro memoir, or a poem
(or more than one if you’re so moved) inspired by the prompt, with one catch: it must fit on the back
of a postcard.

Snap photos of the front and back of your finished postcards, and share them with the hashtag #roadtrip. You can post them to our Flickr group, share on Twitter, or let me know in the comments where they are.
Really, as long as you label your pictures with #roadtrip when you post them online, I should find them!

These prompts are for you. Use them as they inspire you. Give yourself the pleasure of surprise,
the joy of some time to write and complete a small piece.

And since every road trip is better with good tunes, here’s a mix to enjoy while you write.

 Be fearless, writers! I can’t wait to see what you create!

To make sure you receive the Road Trip writing prompts in your email, click here to subscribe to the #roadtrip prompts, and connect with me on Twitter!

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