Do I, don’t I? participate in multiple prompts

This week Jim asks our opinion about writing a post using Multiple prompts;

“The whole purpose of a writing prompt is to inspire bloggers to write and be original and resourceful. If you write posts where you respond to multiple prompts, I would love to hear your thoughts on this

I participate in some prompts, but I don’t do them daily.

I like to participate in the 3 things prompt hosted by Di at pensitivity101, and I also try to participate in Fowc, hosted by fandango.

I try to do these as often as I can. I do really enjoy them.

I sometimes will do other prompts, like Sadje’s Sunday poser, and what do you see prompts.

Sometimes I do Jim’s song lyric Sunday prompt too.

I don’t do the wordle prompts, but sometimes I’ll do fandango’s flash fiction prompt.

Or the story starter prompt!

I try to be as creative as I can be, although, I don’t feel that I am very creative.

When I use the Fowc prompts, mostly I write poetry.

When I do the 3 things prompts, mostly I will either write a short post incorporating all 3 words, or I’ll write a personal type non fiction post.

I am glad that there are so many prompts and challenges, it makes blogging that much more fun.

Written for Friday Faithfuls- Multiple prompts, hosted by Jim

Author: Carol anne

I am 40 years young. I'm blind and I have dissociative identity disorder, I also have complex PTSD. I blog about my life with these disorders. I live in Ireland.

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