Daily prompts stopped. Prompts for June 2018

WordPress has now stopped creating new Daily Prompts.

Sadly WordPress also now refuses intermittently to allow pingbacks on the Daily Prompt site 😦

This blog is now a blog for Daily Prompts, see: https://aaamazingphoenix.wordpress.com/
This requires manual reblogging of posts (by me) but at least maintains some of the look/feel of the Daily Prompt site.

Please ignore the rest of this post except for the links at the bottom (if you would like to see old prompts/posts).

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WordPress will stop new daily prompts at the end of May 2018.
You may like to [re]use these prompts from 2016 for June 2018 🙂

All set up, ready to go. Simply use prompt instructions as before or copy and paste a prompt link (below) anywhere into your post 🙂

Otherwise for an (imaginary) prompt abcde a link
will work in your post to include your prompt abcde on the Daily Prompt site.

Note: I cannot add a new post to the Daily Prompt site this morning (June 5).

Until this is sorted out, please add a link in your own post, linking to any of my posts. e.g. to link (create a pingback) to this post, within your post include:
(just copy and paste the link from the top of the post).

A link to  your post should then appear in the comment section of my post (that you have linked to). Please do this for any of my posts containing a Daily Prompt.

I have emailed Ben to see what the problem is with new prompts on the Daily Prompt website, see: https://aaamazingphoenix.wordpress.com/2018/06/05/test-prompt-purpose/

All that’s needed is your publicity and support to make this succeed.



Jun 2016

WordPress stomps daily prompts
WordPress service prosaic
Perplex success archaic
Daily prompt
Stalely chomped
No trick algebraic mosaic
Alan Grace
26 May 2018
Maybe we should recycle prompts from two years ago from June 1?
Anyone interested? My followers will see the (old) daily prompts 🙂Perhaps Reblog this post on your site so that your followers can do this too? See: https://dailypost.wordpress.com/prompts/page/9/



20 Comments Add yours

  1. LOL – appropros that “angry” is the one for June 1st! I just logged in to do my blog post and found out this had happened! Oh well … and yes, I’ll certainly bookmark your site and credit you with any prompts I (re)use – thanks! 🙂

    Liked by 1 person

    1. AlanGraceNZ says:

      Thank you Christine. Hope to see a “Daily Prompt”post from you soon. Have a great day 🙂


  2. Nox says:

    I figured if you were interested my creator made a daily word prompt site you and your users can join in on. https://thedailyspur.wordpress.com/

    Liked by 1 person

  3. whoever came up with this idea is a genius! I miss the grid.
    will take some time to get the hang of things and get used to of posting in different prompts but sure will take part in this.
    thanks alot! 🙂

    Liked by 1 person

    1. AlanGraceNZ says:

      Great that you’re going to take part (hopefully you’re referring to my site). Thank you for liking the idea.The old Daily Prompts are still working at the moment (still allowing new posts). See bottom of: https://flakback.wordpress.com/2018/06/05/daily-prompts/


      1. Yea i am referring to that. I miss the grid so badly. Its good they are still adding new posts because they are not doing it for photography challenge..i posted something and it never made to the grid.

        Liked by 1 person

      2. AlanGraceNZ says:

        If it’s easier for you, just put a link to your post in a comment on my Daily Prompt site and I will ReBlog your post on https://flakback.wordpress.com/


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