Try these New Year’s Creative Writing Prompts.
1. Looking over the past year, there was only one thing she really regretted.
2. The new class filed in. Jenna could not believe her eyes as three sets of twins took seats along with the twenty other students.
3. Resolutions. This one had been on her list for five years running. This year Amy had a plan for making that resolution work.
4. Snow usually reigned supreme in Ally’s January plans, but this year she was planning to spend most of the month at the beach.
5. He looked at his new car. New Year’s Eve had been hard on it.
6. Christmas was over. Snow did not seem so cheerful without Christmas lights. Susan decided to leave her lights up until the last snow of January. Maybe the last snow of the season. Who cares what the neighbors think?
7. Roberta was determined to get a picture of the first sunrise and first sunset of January, of the New Year from her favorite place at the lake. She was not about to let a stalled car get in her way. She pulled out her cell phone.
About Joan Leotta
Joan Leotta has been playing with words since childhood. She is a poet, essayist, journalist, playwright, and author of several books both fiction and non-fiction for children and adults.
Joan lives in Calabash, NC where she walks the beach with husband, Joe. You can contact her via her blog or her Facebook page.