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
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
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This month I wanted to focus on the fantasy theme to support the release of my 500 Fantasy Writing Prompt book. So, here are 30 Epic Fantasy Story Ideas to get you started 🙂 As always, there are no rules in writing with writing prompts, but if you’d like some guidelines, here are a few: Choose a prompt that interests you or causes you a strong emotion.
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
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
I love romance stories where it’s the two love interests against world conflicts. I’ve only just realized that genre is actually called Romantic Suspense. One of my favourite novels is Outlander and it’s following sequels with Claire and Jamie. I love how the romance is just one part of the story, but that it’s also a range of other sub-genres, particularly adventure and a bit of mystery. Here are 10