For the month of October here are 30 Halloween Writing Prompts! Finally, I’m bringing back our 30 Day Writing Challenge… I’m going to be writing to one each day – just a page in my notebook – I hope you’ll join me. These Halloween writing prompts have been written for adults, but they will be ok if you’re in you’re teens too:) I hope you like them! Happy
From The Blog
This week I wanted to go in a different direction and felt in the mood for some mystery and suspense story ideas. So this is for you, my suspense, mystery, and thriller readers and writers:) If you are just getting started in writing mystery and suspense, I recommend checking out the TVTropes website to get a feel for the genres and to find some key tropes to also help you get
This week I have 20 brand new historical fiction writing prompts for those of you interested in writing historical fiction. I love reading historical fiction, but am somewhat afraid of writing it. But, I do like the idea of using history as a template or canvas for a story, where you don’t have to stick strictly to the real version of events or the time period you’re using. Do
Recent Writing Resource Reviews
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