Today is Sunday, so it’s a good time to reflect on and write about the week you just had. Write a piece of fiction about it if you’re in a creative mood. Or use today’s writing prompt to pause and reflect on your own writing process, and what writing means to you.

Keep reading to see today’s full reflective writing prompt, as well as weekly updates on what I’ve been writing and reading, and more. 

This Week’s Sunday Summary Writing Prompt: What keeps your creativity alive as a writer?

Today, write a journal entry or a piece of short fiction answering the question: What keeps your creativity alive as a writer?

Or write a journal entry or reflective post summarizing the previous week you had and notable things you wrote, read, learned, etc., as well as what you want to write, read, and do in the week ahead.

Writing Prompts From This Past Week

In case you missed them when they were originally published earlier this week, here are the links to this week’s writing prompts on Daily Drafts & Dialogues blog. See my completed versions of each writing prompt in each post.

We’re currently looking for new members to grow our BRAND NEW Daily Drafts & Dialogues Writers group on Facebook. Join us to share or workshop your writing!

Or submit your writing based on one of the Daily Drafts & Dialogues writing prompts from this past week to be featured on the blog in the future.

Current Reads And Book Reviews

I’m currently reading Sacrificio by Ernesto Mestre-Reed, This is How They Tell Me the World Ends: The Cyberweapons Arms Race by Nicole Perlroth, and Station Eleven by Emily St. John Mandel.

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Awe: The New Science of Everyday Wonder and How It Can Transform Your Life by Dacher Keltner

I am so glad I read this book at the beginning of the new year. What epic timing!

If you are in a funk in life or just want to feel inspired again, read this. It will lift your spirits and offer practical ways to practice awe in your daily life. Or if you want to get into the nitty-gritty of the biological and evolutionary science behind emotions and what makes us humans tick, read this.

The quote at the front of the book captures its essence perfectly: “From wonder into wonder, existence opens.”-Loa Tzu

Rating: 5/5

Writing Tips And Thoughts From The Week

Important Updates and Notes

Soon, you will start to see more daily posts on the Daily Drafts & Dialogues blog, in addition to daily writing prompts. Stay tuned!