I try to blog everyday. Then, I also have to write articles for my weekly e-newsletter. Plus write another newsletter to my All-Access Pass Holders, not to mention updating Facebook and Twitter. I’m not going to lie – it’s tough sometimes to come up with ideas.

I’ve been there, staring at the computer hoping inspiration — or a quick idea that I can write in under 15 minutes —  will pop up somewhere. There’s no other way to put it – writer’s block sucks.

So I’ve come up with an idea to make it easier on you:  my free monthly nonprofit writing prompts.

At the start of each month, I’ll send you an email with at least 10 prompts to get you thinking about articles, stories, press releases, blog posts, Facebook updates, letters, and other content that you could write for the following month. That way you’ll have time to think about the ideas and incorporate them into your calendar.

“The Writing Prompts are absolutely tremendous! Your ideas really fire up the imagination. Thank you.” – Mary Brisson, Eastside Audubon

Nearly 3,000 nonprofits are on the free Writing Prompts list now. Want to join them?

Sign up today!

P.S. Our All-Access Pass holders get a bonus — access to the archive of the Monthly Writing Prompts, which means you can pull up ideas by month, in case you are looking even further ahead.

Published On: July 3, 2012|Categories: Email Marketing, Websites and Blogs, Writing Skills and Content|