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21 Days of Writing

Reset your daily writing practice.

Join me for 21 days of freewriting.

Time for a refresh! 

It feels great to write every day.  And it's fun to press the creative reset button every once in a while. 

This little challenge gives you a new prompt every day for 21 days. You'll write a whole new collection of scenes, stories, and characters in just three weeks!

Plus, use our cute progress tracker to stay motivated and excited. This helps make it a habit. (See pictures below.)

⭐ I recommend tracking with stickers! ⭐

Sign up below.

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Start writing today.

21 daily writing prompts delivered directly to your email.

$5 USD

Writing a little bit every day will help you feel good.

What’s more? You’ll be helping other writers feel good, too.

A portion of each sale goes to InkWell, an organization that provides free creative writing workshops for writers with the lived experience of mental illness or who experience addiction.

I’m ready to start writing!

Make writing every day a habit. Print out our cute tracker and fill it in as you go.
(We'll send it to you as soon as you sign up!)

 

 

 


What people are saying about our daily writing prompts:

  • Sarah Selecky Writing School

    “I’m going through a particularly difficult time so I haven’t been writing much lately. But when I read today’s prompt, I thought: “Ha! I can do that!” The first 5 minutes of 20 were spent crying but by the end it was like coming out of a deep, creative savasana and inspiration was flowing.”

  • Sarah Selecky Writing School

    “I thought of you with such gratitude this morning. How can this simple exercise be so fulfilling and so satisfying? Words are bubbling up out of me like colourful balloons at a county fair. I've discovered an eager little writing voice who thrills to the challenge — I set my alarm, put pen to paper and sprint to the task, not giving myself more than a few seconds to contemplate the topic du jour. Thank you, thank you, thank you.”

  • Sarah Selecky Writing School

    “I have been writing the prompts daily . . . and I have to tell you, I am enjoying it immensely. There is a nice variety of assignments. And writing each one is like a dive into the deep end of a pool: Once I plunge in, I enjoy the water and I wonder why I don’t spend more time there! The feeling of accomplishment is addictive!”