What’s great about Now Novel’s prompts is that they’re not just random prompts to jump start your creativity. They are actually crafted to help you improve certain areas of your writing and actually explain how they help. They’re pretty darn awesome! Do you need help mastering POV or tense? Creating compelling dialogue? Or vivid settings or interesting characters? How about creating strong openings? Crafting more effective sentences and phrases? What about eventful plots and satisfying endings? Who couldn’t use help in these areas? Look no further than www.nownovel.com/blog/50-creative-writing-prompts/
So, I came across this little gem searching for writing prompts (i.e., this is not a sponsored post, like all of our other posts). Not only does Freewrite have 2 months worth of daily writing prompts available, the website also has WTF–Writing Time Friday. You receive a post at noon Eastern each Friday and can join thousands of other writers around the world for a quick virtual write-in session! Check out the prompts or join WTF at getfreewrite.com/blogs/writing-success/writing-prompts-60-ideas-you-can-use-today.
Some of these should kickstart your writing! Which ones inspire you? Post your results in the comments!
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You are probably familiar with the lovely Julia from her warm and sweet presence at the Trixie boards. In addition to being a true Bob-White, she is a remarkably talented writer, and we’re excited to have her contribute to our blog!
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Whenever we come across or think up a good (or even not-so-good!) writing prompt, we’ll post them to hopefully inspire some writing. To access them, simply click on “Writing Prompts” on the menu above or on the drop-down “Topics” menu on the right sidebar. Here’s a few to get you started from Martha.net’s Saturday Story Prompts: Death smells like cut grass, crisp and green under layers of motor oil and engine fumes. They chase the dragon’s shadow across the fields, arms outstretched and roaring as only six-year-olds know how. That’s their big secret: they’ve domesticated polar bears. He’s not sure he really wants to know why, but they’re obviously waiting…
Many things have led us here, and we couldn’t be happier and more relieved that they did. This is a place of positivity and collaboration, something that reflects us and cannot be taken away. Do you remember the first time you read the last page of a Trixie book (or any book you loved dearly) and closed it? That feeling of exhilaration at reading the satisfying conclusion, the sadness that you had come to the end of something so dear to you that you had lived and breathed, the anticipation of finding that next book and its new adventures, and the excitement of embarking on that adventure once you found…