Schrijfuitdaging december 2018

Houd je van creatief bloggen? Dan is deze schrijfuitdaging misschien iets voor jou. Er zijn goede redenen om aan een schrijfuitdaging mee te doen. Ze zijn op de eerste plaats stimulerend en leerzaam. Ze helpen je om nieuwe vaardigheden te ontdekken en te ontwikkelen. En natuurlijk is er nog een andere reden: ze zijn gewoon erg leuk om aan mee te doen!

Ik nodig je dan ook heel graag uit om mee te doen aan de maandelijkse schrijfuitdaging.

Deze schrijfuitdaging is geen wedstrijd. Behalve de welbekende 'eeuwige roem' is er niets mee te winnen of verdienen. Hoewel, misschien het belangrijkste: de waardering van iedereen die je bijdrage(s) leest.

Het is helemaal aan jou of je meedoet, maar het zou natuurlijk wel heel leuk zijn als je dat zou doen. Heb je veel inspiratie? Geen probleem, je kunt net zo vaak meedoen als je zelf wilt.

Ik zal de inzendingen in ieder geval delen op mijn Facebook-pagina 'Leuk om te lezen'. Als je die pagina een 'like' geeft en je vrienden daar ook op wijst, dan krijgt de pagina meer bereik, meer lezers en kunnen we waar allemaal van profiteren.

Wat gaan we in december 2018 doen en hoe doe je mee?

We gaan aan de slag met een persoonlijke favoriet: steekwoorden!

Onderstaande tien steekwoorden moet je allemaal in een verhaal verwerken dat minimaal 250 woorden lang moet zijn, en maximaal 600.

  • Pin
  • Waslijn
  • Plakband
  • Standaard
  • Deken
  • Verrassing
  • Camera
  • Verkeersbord
  • Lantaarn
  • Afvalemmer

De steekwoorden mag je niet splitsen, maar je mag ze wel in het meervoud zetten of in een samenstelling gebruiken. Voorbeelden: je mag 'plakband' niet splitsen in 'plak' en 'band', maar je mag bijvoorbeeld 'pin' wel gebruiken als onderdeel van een ander woord, zoals bijvoorbeeld in woorden als 'pinnen' of 'pincode'.

Je zet in de reacties onder deze blog een link naar je bijdrage. Zo zijn alle bijdrages gemakkelijker te vinden.

Zet onder je eigen blog ook een link naar deze uitdaging.

Het is leuk gelezen te worden – dat geldt voor iedereen die meedoet. Het is dus heel fijn als je ook de bijdrages van anderen leest.

Een tag is niet verplicht als je je aan bovenstaande houdt. Wil je toch een tag gebruiken, dan mag dat bijvoorbeeld zijn: schrijfuitdaging december 2018

Ik zal ongetwijfeld zelf ook meedoen.

Succes, heel veel plezier met het schrijven!

Hieronder de bijdrages van deze maand:

Knallend einde


Het laatste eindje

Hans van Gemert (20e)


Dewaputra (4e)

Mijn nieuwe job als OGM

Hans van Gemert (18e)

Duistere praktijken

Hans van Gemert (16e)

Mijn vulkaanexpeditie

Hans van Gemert (14e)

Yoors vergadering

Dewaputra (2e)

Koude expeditie

Hans van Gemert (11e)

Sneeuwwitte winterfoto's

Els Vergaerde (2e)

Mijn vliegeravontuur

Hans van Gemert (10e)

Late thuiskomst

Hans van Gemert (9e)

Maak eens een kaarsje

Hans van Gemert (8e)

Eindelijk gelukt

Hans van Gemert (7e)


Ingrid Tips en meer (2e)

Onverwachtse surprise?


De ondankbare buurvrouw

Hans van Gemert (5e)

Het familiediner

1960-1980 Yvonne

Bestaat dat programma nog?

Hans van Gemert (3e)

Pakjesavond bij oma IJs.

Ingrid tips en meer

De surprise

Hans van Gemert (2e)



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Frank Zappa
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