Daily Post Word of the Day Prompts

Last week I reblogged the post regarding the fall of the Daily Post’s word of the day prompt. I was concerned personally because I depend on these words to stretch my thinking, to practice my writing and to encourage me to be accountable for posting every day. I decided immediately that I would post a word myself that I could use as inspiration. I never realized how many people would feel the same way; it has become quite the topic on WordPress.

That being said, I have 3 people who will be collaborating with me on this project. Given that the first post is scheduled for tomorrow I feel very behind on organizing this effort so it’s likely that we will have a bumpy start…completely my fault as I’ve been preoccupied with making summer plans (if you read my post yesterday this might not surprise you).

As quickly as I can I will organize everything. If you want to participate what you can expect is that the word will be scheduled to post on my blog at 7 am Eastern on Mondays and Fridays. Kristian will post on Saturdays and Wednesdays. Kate will post it on Tuesdays. Cyranny’s Cove will post on Sundays and Thursdays.

Once they post their word I will reblog their post here as well. The hope is that this will grow and improve over time, as we all do. Happy writing!

38 thoughts on “Daily Post Word of the Day Prompts”

  1. Ouch reading Reflections of an Untidy Mind above, heard about swimming pool … just concerned that the energy may become too scattered but then no one blog can really cater to the huge volume of bloggers here on WP.
    Looking forward to this next episode, thanks Dee, Cyranny and Kristian πŸ™‚

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  2. What a great idea. Those prompts from Daily Post were always an inspiration for me whenever I happened to run out of my own ideas. It’s great you want to continue it, guys. πŸ™‚ Thanks Dee, I’m sure many many people on WordPress will be happy.

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  3. I am looking forward to that. I was on the site looking for the word of the day prompt as well. That was a great way to expand your space. It got me out of my comfort zone and made me want to think broader than I was. Thanks for keeping it going.

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  4. I don’t like it to end either. It help to broaden my vocabulary though we don’t use some unique words in this modern day but still I like to participate so now I followed you.

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