10 Writing Ideas to Inspire You During Quarantine

Hello dear readers, I have an idea I came up with for Top 10 Tuesday this week. Being stuck at home all day might be sucking your creative juices dry, so I came up with a few ideas that might get that brain working again.

I’ve had a few creative slumps during the quarantine myself, and reading other people’s works and looking for writing prompts or ideas has helped me get the creative juices flowing again.

So, because a lot of us are locked up in our homes and have more than enough time to write, maybe these ideas will be the next inspiration for your bestselling book!

If that does happen, let me know in the comments or follow me on social media because I’d love to read that piece!
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1 Write a Three Sentence Novel

2 – Write A Personal Narrative – Big or Small

3 – Try Writing A Poem

4 – Write a Letter to the Editor – In your local newspaper

5 – Write a review of something you wouldn’t normally cover

6 – Write a How-To-Guide on Something You’re Good at

7 – If you have a camera, try a photo essay.

8 – Even if you can’t dry, try making a comic strip

9 – Revise and Edit old pieces

10 – Write a Recipe for the dish you’re best at cooking

Wheel of Time Wednesdays: Script Read Through.

A few weeks ago the cast of the upcoming Wheel of Time TV show did a read through of the script.

Today, a short video was released.

Hope you enjoy!

Type It Out Tuesday: May 7

Couldn’t find any writing prompts that I liked this week, but I have a few six-word stories I think you’ll enjoy. Let me know what you think in the comments.

I hope you all enjoy them. I really love six-word stories because they usually bring a huge story to my head in such a short amount of time.

Painfully, he changed “is” to “was.”

We’re lying in bed. She’s lying.

“Total media blackout,” agreed the President.

BREAKING: Simulated beings realize they’re simulated.

“Joining the President is his husband…”

Dot in the sky. Dead pixel.

“Wrong number,” says a familiar voice.

Type it Out Tuesday: April 30

I’m back again this week with another writing prompt to get your creative juices flowing. I hope you all enkoy them.

I really enjoy the ones this week, and I think you will too. As always, I’d love to hear some ideas you guys have.

#1: Turn one of the last texts you sent into a story.

#2 Add an original scene to the last movie you watched.

#3 Write a letter to your 14-year old self

 

Type it Out Tuesday: March 5

This week I’m gonna take a step away from the typical Type It Out Tuesday’s writing prompt and give you a six word story, that hopefully inspires you to write some six word stories of your own.

“Passengers, this isn’t your captain speaking.”

“Dad left; a flag came back.”

“When you died, Christmas died too.”

Hope you enjoy!

I’d love to hear some 6 word stories you create in the comments.

 

 

Weekly Recap

In case you’ve missed one of my posts, you can find them all here.

Book Review: How to Train Your Dragon

Type it Out Tuesday: February 26

Wednesday News: February 27th

10 Book Related Podcasts You Need to Listen To

Quote of the Day: March 1

Type it Out Tuesday: February 26

I’m really excited for this weeks writing prompt. I just happened to be scrolling through social media and came across a meme that had the Devil from Futurama, and instantly this week’s writing prompt popped into mind.

I hope you all enjoy it, and as usual, if you make anything of it I’d love to read it.

Years ago, you sold your soul to the devil.

Suddenly he appears before you, giving you your soul back and asking for a favour.

I think this one has a lot of different paths it could follow, which makes it exciting. When I first thought of it I already had a few ideas pop into mind as to how I would continue this story.