. . . until NaPoWriMo begins! I’ve had a few questions regarding NaPoWriMo blog “buttons,” so I’ve gone ahead and made up a couple:

If neither of these strikes your fancy, you might consider these buttons that Ivy Alvarez made a few years back. She also has an IntPoWriMo button for those of you who want to reflect that fact that you are outside the United States.

The first prompt goes up early tomorrow morning!

 
  • http://just4suzan.blogspot.com Anunoy Samanta

    hi, is it compulsory to write a poem based on your provided prompt? As per your FAQ, one can write a poem each day… there nothing is mentioned about the theme of that poem. Please clarify :)

    • http://www.reenhead.com reenhead

      Hello! The prompts are completely optional. They’re just there to help you if you’re having trouble coming up with an idea. So if you have a plan or idea that doesn’t have to do with the prompt, that’s totally okay!

  • http://just4suzan.blogspot.com Anunoy Samanta

    Ok great…it’s always easier to have your own freedom… Cheers :)

  • Andy Szpuk

    Are we rolling yet?

    • http://www.reenhead.com reenhead

      Yes!

      • https://andyszpuk.wordpress.com Andy Szpuk

        Kool Bananas!

  • http://onandoffthepage.blogspot.com Lynn Fisher

    The buttons are great, thanks….on your marks…

    • http://www.reenhead.com reenhead

      Glad you like them!

  • http://velveteenrabbi.blogs.com/blog/ Rachel Barenblat

    I’m diving into the month with the intention of writing a poem a day, all month long, if I can swing it. We’ll see how it goes! So far I’ve been working from the prompts at the Word x Word 30/30 Poetry Challenge website. May I still nab a NaPoWriMo icon, and hang around this community this month, even if I’m not writing to your prompts?

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