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The What If Prompts | Writing Together

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In episode 22 of the Stop Writing Alone podcast host Nicole Rivera mentioned her desire to share “what if” questions with the community to serve as writing prompts if there was interest. There was! Community members reached out to Nicole and asked to make it happen, so this week’s episode is the introduction to the what if prompts, as well as the first prompt: WHAT IF MAGIC EXISTS? It’s a broad topic, but Nicole encourages listeners to make it as specific as they need to in order to tell a good story. Nicole also challenges listeners to call in to the podcast using the hotline (646) 907-9607 before JULY 31, 2019 in order to share their writing with the Stop Writing Alone community. Every person that calls in will be entered into a giveaway for a $10 Barnes & Noble gift card.


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2 thoughts on “The What If Prompts | Writing Together”

    1. Hey Tammy,
      Great question! If you’d like me to read it on the podcast, you can email it to me with the subject line “what if prompt”. Just make sure to include any other info you’d like me to share with the audience: social media links, links to your other writing, etc.


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