Forty Days Of Writing Prompts With Betsy

Posted by on Dec 15, 2018 in Writing

Beginning January 20, 2019, join Betsy for the next round of 40 days of writing prompts.

On January 1, Betsy began 40 days of writing prompts with 100 writers from eight countries. Due to the popularity of the prompts, Betsy is beginning another round on January 20th (coincides with the first full moon of 2019).

Some feedback from writers doing the current round of 40 days of writing prompts:

I had stopped writing altogether and even after Day 1 of the prompts, I feel like I’m returning to myself.

The writing prompts are definitely clearing some blocks.

The daily writing prompts are freeing.

I’m thrilled by what is coming through in 15 minutes.

This is helping me get clear on my book.

With these prompts, I may finish my book by the end of the 40 days!

I’m still loving the writing prompts (on Day 17), and I am pretty damn proud of myself that I have stayed committed to doing it. They have helped me learn so much about myself…and so far, I like myself better than I did two weeks ago!

The writing prompts are designed to tap into the inner spring where your curiosity and imagination meet your intuition and intention – where your words flow like a waterfall gushing from the streams of your soul.

Writing should liberate you, instead of making you

feel contracted and stuck.

~ Betsy B. Murphy

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If you are normally a journal writer, the daily writing prompts are meant to give you focus so you begin crafting stories with a beginning, middle, and end. If you are considering writing a book, the prompts may lead you to new insights into what stories want to be told. If you don’t consider yourself a writer, you may be surprised how Betsy’s writing prompts turn you into one.


  40 Days of Writing Prompts for $44


“Betsy’s intuitive writing prompts have been a deep inspiration. They have uncovered the story within and taken me down writing pathways I could’ve never imagined.”

~ Melanie Ericksen,


Betsy’s writing prompts, teaching, and the space she creates changes lives and relationships. I have such gratitude for how gentle and encouraging Betsy was with my writing and how that feeling of safety allowed me to dig deeper.”

~ Elisabeth, NYC


The writing prompts arrive via email every day at about 5pm PST and then it’s up to you to dedicate the time to write. There is no further commitment as Betsy is committed to getting people offline to create instead of offering an online course.

During the 40 days, Betsy invites you to send her any of your writing from the prompts as a way for your words to be witnessed. Betsy will let you know she read your prompts but she won’t make comments on the stories (additional feedback is offered through booking a private session with Betsy, see info below).

Suggested daily writing commitment: 15-20 minutes.

Fee: $44 for forty days of writing prompts beginning January 20, 2019. The writing prompts will go to email attached to payment. If you prefer another email, add that email to payment info.)


40 Days of Writing Prompts for $44


Are you ready to write a book? You can add a private consultation with Betsy to discuss your story (only available during the forty days). The consultation will include additional personalized writing prompts, a daily movement ritual to inspire your writing, and bonus follow-up session on writing and publishing (including resources for both traditional and self-publishing).  There are no levels for your writing, only the desire to stop talking about that book you want to write – and begin to write it.

Fee: $400 includes a 60-minute session via Zoom to discuss your writing, forty days of daily writing prompts, daily movement ritual, and a bonus session via Zoom to discuss publishing options.

Any questions? Email


“There is no better person than Betsy to help you start telling your stories.”

~ Susie, U.K.


Betsy and writers at a retreat in France

“Women like Betsy who are so supportive and loving to other women are a rare breed in my experience. I’m starting to believe in myself for the first time in a very long time. Publishing a book used to be a pipe dream of mine but…now in reach.

~ Victoria, NYC


Betsy and writers during one of her writing retreats in France.