Daily Prompt: Too Big To Fail

Daily Prompt: Too Big To Fail
by michelle w. on May 17, 2013

Tell us about something you would attempt if you were guaranteed not to fail (and tell us why you havenโ€™t tried it yet).

I’m working on a couple of novel’s now, so I am attempting, but not guaranteed. There is really nothing else that I care to attempt at this time.

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17 thoughts on “Daily Prompt: Too Big To Fail

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  1. Good luck with your novels!
    Thanks so much for coming by my blog, I’m so glad to meet you and look forward to following your writing here. Good luck with the rest of the “post a day” challenge, I am going to be giving that a shot in June. ๐Ÿ™‚

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  2. I struggled to come up with a suitable response for today’s daily prompt… my first thought was “Impossible is nothing.” I pursue the achievements I want and never really feel like I can succeed if I give something my all… Best of luck on your novel writing adventures!

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  3. I hope that your blog site and perhaps this prompt today will inspire you to push toward your dream. Just put on a magic cape to feel invincible while doing your writings. Best of luck on the novels. Thank you for sharing.

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