“I love quotations because it is a joy to find thoughts one might have, beautifully expressed with much authority by someone recognized wiser than oneself.”Marlene Dietrich
How to Respond to a Quote
- Opinion Piece
- Short Story
- Personal Story
- Photo Blog
If you want to participate, create a pingback to link your post. Not sure how to do that? See how to create pingbacks here.
Flex your creative muscles and tell us what you think about the topic of the week using a quote from a favorite author.
“A fine quotation is a diamond in the hand of a man of wit and a pebble in the hand of a fool.”Joseph Roux
Have fun with #WQWWC.
How It Works
Each week I will have a specific theme like freedom, chance, change, happiness, adventure, miracle, and unity – some of the many examples of topics from the past. This weekly writing challenge runs from Wednesday through Tuesday.
To give you a heads up the topics are listed for the next six months at the end of this page. You can always check back on this page or on the current challenge week’s page to see what challenges are coming up.
Create a WQWWC Post
- Pick a quote to match the week’s topic.
- Write a response on your blog with a title that suits your post.
- Cut and paste #WQWWC logo if you want to use it.
- Use #WQWWC hashtag to get more views.
- Or past a link in my comment section. I will visit your blog and comment.
- Visit other blogger’s who have participated and leave them an encouraging comment.
Where to Get Insightful Quotations
“A quotation in a speech, article or book is like a rifle in the hands of an infantryman. It speaks with authority.”Brendan Behan
Practice here at Always Write with your friends.
Participation Widget to Put in Your Sidebar
Tell others you are participating if you enjoy it and like widgets in your sidebar.
Sample Responses from Previous Posts
- A Cooking Pot and Twisted Tales – your strength
- LCW Allingham – memories
- Lady Lee Manila – farewell
- Judy Martin – adventure
- Yvette Prior – Persistence
- Autumn Jade – New Beginnings
Links to the Past Weeks and Upcoming Topics
Starting from the bottom, topics for one year.
- December 29: Farewell/Departure/End
- December 22: Joy
- December 15: Candles
- December 8: Festive
- December 1: Toys/Play
- November 24: Forgotten
- November 17: Silence
- November 10: Fog
- November 3: Cold
- October 27: Spooky
- October 20: Writing
- October 13: Recollections/ Memoirs
- October 6: Imaginary
- September 29: Autumn or Fall
- September 22: Fortitude/Resilience
- September 15: Communication
- September 8: Order
- September 1: Work or Career/Employment – Guest Hostess – Yvette Prior
- August 25: Intensity
- August 18: Learning, Education, or Schools
- August 11: Lakes/ Oceans/Water
- August 4: Mountains
- July 28: Relaxed
- July 21: Exciting
- July 14: Exploration
- July 7: Culture
- June 30: Freedom
- June 23: Vacation
- June 16: Heat
- June 9: Summer
- June 2: Friendship
- May 26: Hope
- May 19: Healing
- May 12: Beauty
- May 5: Mind Candy
- April 28: Balance
- April 21: Nutrition or Nourishment
- April 14: Faith
- April 7: Fitness, Health or Wellness
- March 31: Travel
- March 24: Leisure
- March 17: Spring
- March 10: Family
- March 3: Citizenship
- February 24: Fairness
- February 17: Responsibility
- February 10: Love or Caring
- February 3: Courtesy or Respect
- January 27: Trustworthiness
- January 20: Change – Guest Hostess – Autty Jade
- January 13: Persistence – Guest Hostess – Yvette Prior
- January 6: Goals
- December 30: New Beginnings – Guest Hostess – Autty Jade
- December 23: Celebration
- December 16: Winter
- Upcoming: Anticipation
- WQWWC: Light or Lights
Want to Be a Guest or Co-Host?
Maybe you have the perfect topic or you love one of my suggestions. Let me know which week or week’s you would like to host.