Have you ever wanted to write a story, but you didn’t know how? Or are you good at writing stories, but stuck for ideas? Are you currently writing a story, but you have writers block? Well, have I got the book for you friend. I can call you friend because we’ve just built up a rapport with my rhetorical questions. This is a book chock full of writing prompts. These are little things that will help you along to writing some amazing stuff that spills out of your mind.
You’re wondering: “But what kind of prompts are they? I’ve seen writing prompts before, but they’re all lame.” That’s a good thing to be wondering, friend. I’ve crafted and homebrewed only the finest of prompts for your pleasure. You won’t be confined to any one genre, you’ll find a limitless amount of prompts ranging from comedy to serious to horror. I say limitless, but I meant 1,000 prompts precisely. I said 1,000 precisely, but there’s slightly more if you count the introduction. Listen, friend, I promise not to fib from this point on.
The book is split into a few sections: Beginners Writing Prompts (it’s a super short section, don’t worry); Constrained Writing (that’s where you are forced into absolutely specific criteria for the prompt); Flash Fiction (either a word count or a time count is imposed upon you); Ripper Prompts (you are given a list of items for “Random Item Prompts”); and the bulk of the book ends with basic writing prompts with which you can write as much as you please with no tricks!
If you’re still reading this description, allow me to tell you more uses for this book: Creative writing classes! Yes, teachers, I’ve done the work for you. I’ll even let you lie and say the prompts were crafted in your mind. Corporate synergy teams! That’s right, group building exercise makers, you can relax in your fine leather chair and state that you know just how to get the company working together. Present some of these writing prompts and you’ll be a hit. Temporarily disenfranchised millionaire authors in waiting! Your hit novel is contained in one of these prompts, I’m certain of it!
Use this book for scripts, for blogs, for journals, for impressing potential clients. Sorry it’s not a physical book, otherwise I am sure it would make an attractive door wedge! Have I used enough exclamation marks to convince you? No? Read the free preview then and be dazzled!
Section 1: Beginners Writing Prompts (20 Prompts)
Section 2: Flash Fiction Prompts (80 Prompts)
Section 3: Random Items Prompts AKA Rippers (20 Prompts – List of 26 random items)
Section 4: Constrained Writing (30 Prompts)
Section 5: Writing Prompts (850 Prompts)