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Thanks for sharing this link. I probably won't post there, but I was quite intrigued by the prompts. in fact, I used one as part of a journal post on FP Day. I have a couple of unused Shinola notebooks; one of them may get drafted to hold my responses to some of these prompts.

 

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"There is nothing noble in being superior to your fellow man; true nobility is being superior to your former self." Earnest Hemingway

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Thanks for sharing this link. I probably won't post there, but I was quite intrigued by the prompts. in fact, I used one as part of a journal post on FP Day. I have a couple of unused Shinola notebooks; one of them may get drafted to hold my responses to some of these prompts.

 

Sharon in Indiana

Thanks, I'm glad it was useful for you. /r/WritingPrompts is a great place - it has a nearly infinite supply of good writing prompts, from people of all walks of life all over the world. It's unlike any writing prompt book you might pick up. The Internet is cool.

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Yes, the internet is cool. Perhaps that should be a prompt!

 

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"There is nothing noble in being superior to your fellow man; true nobility is being superior to your former self." Earnest Hemingway

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