50 "Open Letter" Topics To Overcome Writer's Block
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50 "Open Letter" Topics To Overcome Writer's Block

Got writers block? Here are some “open letter” topics you could use to squish your writers block.

50 "Open Letter" Topics To Overcome Writer's Block

“Open letters” are my favorite type of articles to read. Got writers block? Here are some “open letter” topics you could use to squish your writers block.

1. Open letter to your parent/guardian

2. Open letter to a sibling

3. Open letter to the graduating senior. (high school or college)

4.Open letter to your best friend

5. Open letter to your significant other

6. Open letter to someone no longer with us

7. Open letter to someone who lives far away

8. Open letter to a mental illness (anxiety/depression etc.)

9. Open letter to your coworkers

10. Open letter to your boss

11. Open letter to your favorite teacher

12. Open letter to your guidance councilor

13. Open letter to your pet

14. Open letter to an ex-boyfriend/girlfriend

15. Open letter to your past self

16. Open letter to your future self

17.Open letter to your son or daughter

18. Open letter to an old friend

19. Open letter to your favorite place

20. Open letter to your favorite singer

21. Open letter to President-Elect Trump

22. Open letter to your grandparents

23. Open letter to favorite store

24. Open letter to your favorite artist

25. Open letter to your favorite photographer

26. Open letter to a bully

27. Open letter to someone who inspired you

28. Open letter to the person who doubted you

29. Open letter to my sisters/brother’s significant other

30. Open letter to school

31. Open letter to your roommate

32. Open letter to your professors (good or bad)

33. Open letter to the boy/girl who broke your heart

34. Open letter to your best friend’s parents

35. Open letter to your favorite author

36. Open letter to your YouTube celebrity

37. Open letter to a fictional character

38. Open letter to a TV star

39. Open letter to your favorite athlete

40. Open letter to your favorite politician

41. Open letter to your favorite superhero/villain

42. Open letter to your favorite dancer

43. Open letter to your favorite neighbor

44. Open letter to your therapist

45. Open letter to your mentor

46. Open letter to your “person”

47. Open letter to your step parent who is so much more

48. Open letter to your dream college

49. Open letter to your favorite band

50. Open letter to someone writing an open letter

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