January Jones Wednesdays
It’s hard to believe that today is our last writing prompt for the month of January! Hopefully, you have enjoyed January’s pop culture theme where we had Pop Culture Mondays, January Jones Wednesdays, and ended off the weeks with Celebrity Quotes Fridays. For our final writing prompt in the month of January, we’ll be talking about a fansite for fans of January Jones.
Do you know what fansites are? Do you think fansites are known by other names? What are the characteristics of fansites? Who operates fansites and for what reasons? How do fansites differ from the usual celebrity websites? These are all questions you should be thinking about as you complete today’s writing prompt.
Writing Prompt 011
- Step 1: Do basic Internet research and learn about fansites. Learn basic information about fansites.
- Step 2: Find the January Jones fansite. Browse the site and look around a bit. Determine whether you like this fansite or not. What elements of the fansite impress you the most? Which elements are undesirable? If you were the site owner of the January Jones fansite, what would you change?
- Step 3: Write a review of the January Jones fansite. Whether you like it or not, be sure to state specific reasons for your preferences. Consider the overall feel of the site, the quality of the content, the writing, the graphics, and anything else that distinguishes this site.
- Bonus Step: If you own a blog and wish to share a link to the blog post that contains your response to today’s writing prompt, we welcome your permalink and encourage you to post it as a comment below!
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About the Author
Amanda M. Socci, J.D., is a freelance writer with 14 years of experience writing professionally. Socci currently cuts her blogging chops on her personal portfolio blog, the Creative Idea Gal blog, and on an online news site, Mount Vernon Patch. Inspired by Nina Amir’s Write Nonfiction in November writing challenge, she created a unique 10-month training program for Writenonfictionnow.com and Writenonfictioninnovember.com blog visitors.
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