Writing Prompts

Please remember that writing prompts are meant to help you with your own daily writing. If you find a writing prompt stalling you, move on to another. If you find that a writing prompt makes you think of things for your poems, stories, or book, congratulations. Get working on your own project right away. Happy writing.

 

Writing Prompts 1-10

Writing Prompts 1-10

Reveal your character's life, including relevant backstory, relationships, history, & major conflicts, by describing the contents of their bedroom/bathroom trashcan. No dialogue. #writingprompt #amwriting Want ...
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Writing Prompts 11-20

Writing Prompts 11-20

Write a letter or journal entry to a character who is not cooperating with your intended plot. Be sure that you fully detail all your ...
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Writing Prompts 21-30

Writing Prompts 21-30

Describe, as fully as possible, your protagonist's idea of hell, whether s/he believes it to be a real place or a metaphorical one. Use all ...
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Writing Prompts 31-40

Writing Prompts 31-40

Spend one-three days without speaking -- to anyone -- while observing their reactions & responses to your silence. Try to understand their reactions: are they ...
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Writing Prompts 41-50

Writing Prompts 41-50

Describe, in as much detail as possible and using all the senses, your protagonist's ideal world. Include any explanations about why this is an ideal ...
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Writing Prompts 51-60

Writing Prompts 51-60

Describe your protagonist's body in as much detail as possible but without revealing the color of their hair, eyes, or skin. Try to be as ...
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