Blog Hops and Writing Prompts

I’m creating this page to give you ideas to see you through the September Blogging Challenge and beyond. I’m listing blog hops for every day of the week and places from where you can get blogging prompts.

This page is a work in progress. If you know of any blog hops or prompt resources that you would like to be included, do let me know, and I’ll try to add them in here.

If you would like to start a blog, I’d recommend that you follow the steps outlined by Mike Wallagher on his website, Start Blogging Online.

Blog Hops and Prompts

blog hops and writing prompts


#MondayMusings  hosted by me on Everyday Gyaan with a co-host or two.

#MicroblogMondays hosted by Stirrup Queens.

Literary Musings Mondays hosted by Mary Hill and co-hosts.


#Tuesday Ten – a weekly, prompt based linkup – hosted by Rabia Lieber and Lisa Witherspoon.


#WritingWednesdays – a prompt/ sometimes prompt free linkup every Wednesday on Write Tribe.


Write Your Heart Out – #WYHO – a prompt based link up hosted by me on Everyday Gyaan.

Alphabet Thursday hosted by Jenny Matlock.

Six Sentence Stories hosted by Ivy Walker.


#FridayReflections – a weekly, prompt based link up- hosted by Sanch Vee and Write Tribe.

Finish The Sentence Friday – a weekly prompt based link up hosted by Kristi Campbell of Finding Ninee.

Friday Blog Booster Party – an invitation to add your link and visit other blogs. Created by Kathleen of Lifestyle Building Blocks for Success.

#BlogLearnShare – a linky party for midlife women created by Elena of Living With Batman.

Five Minute Friday – a prompt based free write hosted by Kate Motaung.


Ten Things of Thankful – all weekend (each weekend)

Stream of Consciousness Saturday – hosted by Linda Hill*.

Sundays in My City – by Unknown Mami –  enjoy your city (or suburb or town), take pictures, and then share them with your bloggy friends and family.

Weekend Coffee Share* – hosted by Part-time Monster.

*Thanks for the suggestion, Parul.

Find prompts and challenges here: 

100 Word Challenge for Grown ups at Julia’s Place.

BlogHer’s NaBloPoMo : Writing Prompts

Weekly challenges at YeahWrite

SITS Girls: Writing Prompts

You can use the old prompts from Write Tribe, if you haven’t done them before!

The month that was – a review of the previous month – hosted by Sanch Vee of Living My Imperfect Life.