forgottenmeadows

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#Soulwords Prompts

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Hi Everyone,

As some of you may know I started a prompt account on twitter about a month ago called  #Soulwords. I wanted to let my fellow bloggers aware on how it works if you wanted to take advantage of it to promote your work :). I give out prompt words every Monday, Wednesday, Friday and the Weekend and I retweet any poetry that uses the prompts. You can also use past prompts from the list if you indicate the word you are using. All you have to do is use the hashtag #Soulwords to indicate you have used the prompt so I can find you. 

I also retweet blog links if you are using the prompt word. I love promoting my fellow writers/bloggers/ poets and just wanted you all to know a little more about my prompt site. You can view my latest prompt by clicking on the link and seeing the pinned tweet on the page. I have also taken a screen shot for you for this time. If for some reason I miss your post, don’t hesitate to message me and let me know so I can retweet you! 🙂 

image copyright neha 2015

image copyright neha 2015

 

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Author: forgottenmeadows

I am a dreamer and a writer who loves to ponder on the words of the soul.

5 thoughts on “#Soulwords Prompts

  1. Pingback: Soulwords Prompts: A Kite’s Happiness by Blair Gaulton | Toutons Tubas and Other Tales

  2. I’ll definitely keep that in mind! A little extra attention is never a bad thing, especially when I’m planning on braving the world of self-publishing

  3. I follow #soulwords on twitter, but didn’t know this blog was connected to it. Interesting. 🙂

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