31 Writing Prompts For January 2020

31 Writing Prompts For January 2020


One of the regular resources we share is monthly writing prompts. Use these writing prompts for January 2020 to get you writing.

Are you struggling to write? Do you have writer’s block? Perhaps you’re stuck in the middle of your book? One of the best ways to power through these problems is by developing a daily writing routine.

If you write every day, you create a writing habit. Professional writers have to write even when they don’t feel like it, and if you take the time to establish a habit, you will find it easier to write on demand.

One of the easiest ways to do this is by setting a time every day (preferably, but not necessarily, the same time) to write using a writing prompt.  You can use our monthly prompts or subscribe to our daily writing prompts to help you do this.

If you want to know how to make the most of your prompts, we suggest you read: All About Writing Prompts & Writing Practice

A prompt can be anything: a word, a song title, a name, a myth, a photograph, or a quotation.

We hope our 31 writing prompts for January 2020 inspire you to start a writing routine.

31 Writing Prompts For January 2020

writing prompts for January 2020

Download your free prompts here: January 2020: Writing Prompts from Writers Write

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 by Mia Botha

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  1. Chrissie

    My teenage daughter and I used the January prompts for our own writing marathon. One minute per prompt. It was a lot of fun.

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