January 2 Writing Prompt— Run It Up the Flagpole and See if Anyone Salutes Day

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How to Use a Writing Prompt

A writing prompt is a wonderful tool highly underused by writers. These writers can be professional or students looking to write a paper for school. They use writing prompts to inspire them and give them ideas for a story. A writing prompt can be a word, a phrase, or a picture. It can…

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