ANOTHER CREATIVE WRITING PROMPT

A FEW SIPS OFF

You take a sip from your drink and feel different. That may be because your torso has an extra arm protruding from it. Another sip, another arm. Then a wing. What happens if you finish the drink?

http://www.writersdigest.com/prompts/a-few-sips-off

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CREATIVE WRITING PROMPTS

Great writing prompts at Writers Digest. For example:

ONE SHOT

The click of the pistol’s hammer wakes you. A velvety voice lilts out of your vision, “Give me a good one liner and I just may let you live.” You can see two of your friends hiding outside the door, signaling to you that they are working on saving you. What do you tell the nice lady? Write this scene.

http://www.writersdigest.com/prompts/one-shot

NOW GO!!

Writing Inspirations

Everyone has something or someone in their life that inspires them to write, to create. These are mine. Please feel free to share yours too!

 

Socrates

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Writers Block? Helpful tips & exercises

We all get writers block from time to time. Here are some helpful tips and exercises that I hope you find helpful!

The following are writing exercises. Grab a pen and notebook and just start writing about the topic. Don’t worry about spelling or grammar and don’t stop to think about it, just go. Keep writing for 3-5 minutes.

Exercise #1
Write about leaving

Exercise #2
Write about a time you felt frightened.

Exercise #3
Write about a funny moment in your life.

Tips
If you are suffering from writers block, try some of the following.
#1. Go for a walk or some form of exercise
#2. Write with a notebook and pen or pencil instead of typing
#3. Relax
#4. Have a drink (if you’re old enough to do so, of course).
#5. Take a break. Walk away from what you’re writing for a while.
#6. Go have some fun!

I hope you find some of these exercises and tips helpful. Good luck!