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
When looking for a book on how to write or creative writing, there are a few different approaches to take. You may be wanting some inspiration and motivation, or daily prompts to get you writing, or you may want a step by step guide on how to write a novel or story from scratch. Choosing the best books on creative writing is a hard job, with all these variations