#WQWWC – Writers Quote ‘Thursday’ Writing Challenge – “Believe”

Hey, EVERYBODY! It’s that time again! Time to join in the “Writers Quote Wednesday Writing Challenge,” co-sponsored with Ronovan Hester of Ronovan Writes, right here on silverthreading.com and myself, Silver Threading!

I lost my head this week and literally thought it was Ronovan’s week! Ah well, what do you do? Thanks for being patient with me. That is what happens when you have fifty things happening all at once.

The best part of this whole situation is it made me realize (again) all the great participants we have who take part in this challenge each week.

So today, I am honored to share Vashti’s post, called “BELIEVE.” I was so taken with her writing and in the selection of her theme, that I would like to thank her by using her theme this week. Thank you, Vashti! ❤

Please use #WQWWC on Twitter so we can retweet you and spread the inspiration.

Welcome!  This is an open invitation to join in on our blogging event called the “Writers Quote Wednesday Writing Challenge!

Ronovan and I are really enjoying all the creativity that has been blossoming from this challenge. There has been fascinating science fiction stories, poetry, and even a song or two!


If you like the OLD Writers Quote Wednesday where you selected a quote and talked about the author of the quote you CAN still do that. The quotes are a pathway to find inspiration in your writing. You can write whatever you would like as long as you include your quote with your piece. You can write poetry, music, share songs, write flash fiction…

This is your chance to highlight your favorite author’s quotes that give inspiration to you as a writer. Do you feel like your writing is getting stale? Are you looking for inspiration to keep writing? Then you have come to the right spot!

Each week we will include a theme for anyone who needs additional inspiration. You don’t have to follow our theme if you don’t want to. It is optional.

You have from this Wednesday until the following Tuesday to participate!

In fact, Ronovan and I alternate each week with a themed prompt post written on Silver Threading. This will give you a different perspective weekly to keep your inspiration flowing.

Here is the link to last week’s post from Ronovan.

IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR BLOGS TO FOLLOW… I have included the entries from last week with the theme of “HOPE” (Please click on their name to visit their blog to read their contribution)

Ellen Best 24

Lady Lee Manila

Judy E Martin

The Writer Next Door

Always A Writer

Two on a Rant

Annette Rochelle Aben

Method Two Madness

Magnanimous Word

I Maniking Blog

A Cooking Pot & Twisted Tales

Morpeth Road

Daily Echo

Postcard From a Pigeon

Weaving Gold

Randoms by a Random

Silver Threading Fairy Whisperer


This is my week, and Ronovan will be back next week to share his theme with you.

THIS WEEK’S THEME IS “BELIEVE.” (belief, or any form of the word)

So what do you do?

You can use FotoflexerPicmonkey, or Canva.com, or any other program that you wish to make your own images. Click the links to go to the programs.

Each Wednesday (this week it was posted on Thursday), we will post the prompt and all you have to do is take part! You have from that Wednesday until the following Tuesday night to share your creativity inspired by a quote. We will share your posts on social media for added exposure.

I’ve reused one of my favorite quotes from Roald Dahl about believing in magic. And yes, it is no secret about how much I adore anything magical. But just think about the kind of life you might have if you never believed in anything magical or worse yet, you lost hope…

This rainbow actually appeared during a thunderstorm here in Colorado last month. The definition of the double bands is awe inspiring. I know this rainbow is caused by weather phenomena that involve moisture and sunlight. So, close your eyes and just think for a moment, if you were an ancient human and saw this same sight.

It would be magical! How could you not believe in magic after seeing such an amazing sight?

Believe in rainbows and look for the magic. It’s right there in front of you.

Hugs and see you next week when Ronovan will dazzle you with his talent!


  1. Roal Dahl’s quotes can never be surpassed! Love the rainbow feel the rainbow ( as some advertising giant remarked). Rainbows , Unicorns, mermaids , fairies, Willow the whisps, witches, warlocks, gnome’s, leprechaun’s, dragons and all manner of things conjure up make believe. But only rainbows are proven to be real, *whispers* as they say if you can disprove the rest your far to cynical to be allowed to see them. 😉😇😘

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    1. Ellen, I guess I look at it this way. Magic is everywhere, not just in the things we believe to be magical. I can look at a mother cradling her child and that bonding or sharing is magical. There is magic in the stars, and there is magic in love. You just have to believe in the magical and I guarantee you will see unicorns, mermaids , fairies, Will o’ the wisps, witches, warlocks, gnome’s, leprechaun’s, dragons and anything else that is thought to be make-believe. Magic opens your world to the possibilities of… what if? Just believe. ❤

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  2. I love that quote, so I’m happy you re-used it. It is truly beautiful and inspiring. You’re so sweet to use my theme this week. Actually you were the inspiration for the theme in the first place. Ha, ha. I love it when things work out so well.
    Your haiku is brilliant. It makes so much sense to me. Many christians believe that believing in magic is wrong, but what are miracles if not magic? There may be scientific reasons behind a rainbow but so many little variables had to come together in just the precise moment in order for it to happen. Who’s to say that is not magical? I love your picture of the double rainbow. A rainbow is like a dream you see it but you can’t touch it. I think God’s the greatest magician of all. 😉

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  3. Wonderful picture of the double rainbow. I never thought about rainbows being magical. I remember rainbows I’ve seen through the years as awing natural wonders – as real as the unexpected smiles two strangers exchange that can bring sunshine to a gloomy day. I guess I do believe in magical events. I love them. ❤ Great post.

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    1. Rainbows figure prominently in my books. They are a bridge from darkness to the light. They represent hope and positivity. Something we all need. Magic is everywhere. Once you see it, you will be amazed at how it appears everywhere. ❤️❤️❤️


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