Writer’s Block? Not Anymore… Discover 500 Inspiring Fantasy Writing Prompts To Beat Writer’s Block Today. Blocked. Frustrated. Out of ideas… It’s every writer’s worst nightmare – and it’s come true. You’re staring at your screen, fingers on the keyboard, ready to plough through a day’s worth of writing, but nothing happens. The words don’t come. The ideas feel stale and are void of any sort of life. What
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Do you need some ideas for a short fantasy story? Perhaps you’re filling in time, doing some creative writing work while at home, completing an assignment, or just looking for a new idea to spark your next big or flash fiction short story? Today, I have 30 new fantasy writing ideas, just waiting for your next short fiction writing project. If you are wanting to write something longer, these prompts
April 4th 2020: BONUS: Currently MasterClass is offering a two for one deal: Buy One – Share One Free. This means if you buy an All-Access Pass, you receive another one to gift to a friend 🙂 The latest fare of MasterClass (in the writing arena) is Margaret Atwood’s Creative Writing Class. As soon as I saw it I knew I had to have it. In this class,
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Today, I bring you another wonderful article from Australian writer, Thomas Gregory. He’s been taking the James Patterson writing class from MasterClass, and has written me this piece on it. I hope you like it as much as I did. I was a little on the fence about taking the James Patterson MasterClass, but Thomas has convinced me; Patterson has a lot to offer.
Holly Lisle’s free flash fiction writing class is one of the best free classes I’ve ever taken. In this short writing class, she gives you a method where you can create flash fiction short stories very quickly; over a period of three weeks. The three weeks are broken into the three steps of crafting short fiction. This was my introduction to Holly’s Writing Classes, it was the first