Inspiration Monday: Don’t Look Up

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Okay, I just saw someone refer to last night’s game as the “Superb Owl.” It is difficult for me to express how awesome this is, especially as a copywriter forced to use phrases like “Big Game” and “Game Day” to avoid trademark infringement.

And oh look! InMonstories!




The Rules

There are none. Read the prompts, get inspired, write something. No word count minimum or maximum. You don’t have to include the exact prompt in your piece, and you can interpret the prompt(s) any way you like.


No really; I need rules!

Okay; write 200-500 words on the prompt of your choice. You may either use the prompt as the title of your piece or work it into the body of your piece. You must complete it before 6 pm CST on the Monday following this post.

The Prompts:






Want to share your Inspiration Monday piece? Post it on your blog and link back to today’s post; I’ll include a link to your piece in the next Inspiration Monday post. No blog? Email your piece to me at bekindrewrite (at) yahoo (dot) com. (I do reserve the right to NOT link to a piece as stated in my Link Discretion Policy.)

Plus, get the InMon badge for your site here.

Happy writing!

About Stephanie Orges

Stephanie is an award-winning copywriter, aspiring novelist, and barely passable ukulele player. Here, she offers writing prompts, tips, and moderate-to-deep philosophical discussions. You can also find her on and Pinterest.

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  1. Fun, fun, fun. I’ve missed these the last two weeks. I might have to go back and check the prompt words and see if I’m struck by further inspiration now that I’m back into the swing of writing. But, in the meantime, here’s my current one:

  2. My first offering to the InsMon gods! /lays story at alter

    The Messenger

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