Type it out Tuesday: May 21

Type it out Tuesday: May 21

What better way to spend your Tuesday evening then coming up with some creative ideas from these writing prompts.

As always, I would love to read what you guys can make of these writing prompts.

  1. Write about a character who finds an odd-looking egg in the forest. When they take it home, they never could have predicted what was inside it.
  2. Write a book about a character who has always had the ability to change how they looked, and so they hid their true appearance behind attractive façades. Now, their abilities aren’t working, exposing what they truly look like.
  3. Write a story about once peaceful water dwellers who have suddenly declared war on a settlement that was its only true ally. Your character has no idea why and is thrust into the war against their will.
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Wednesday News: May 15 2019

Wednesday News: May 15 2019

Do you give writing advice to people?

Do you take writing advice to other?

Has it helped you before? Or does it all get mixed in with the endless information and tips that will “make you a better writer”.

Maybe getting writing advice isn’t the way to go. Maybe you just need to solve the problem for yourself, and figure out what works and what doesn’t work for you.

Either way, you should definitely read this article by Guy Gavriel Kay. He discusses getting writing advice, and how it may not be all it’s worked out to be.

Type It Out Tuesday: May 7

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.

Mother’s Day Gift Ideas

Mother’s Day Gift Ideas

With Mother’s Day comping up in just under a few weeks, it’s time to start thinking of some cool gift ideas for that special mom in your life.

We all know she deserves the best, so if she loves books, think about getting her these cool gift ideas.

#1 Book Scented Candles

Everyone who loves books love the smell of old books. I didn’t know this was a thing, but you can buy scented candles that smell like old books.

 

#2 Customized e-reader cases

E-readers are becoming more and more popular, and I’m sure some of your moms have them, and use them pretty often. You should think about getting her a customized e-reader cover, with a special message telling her how much you love her on it.

 

#3 Book of the Month Club

Has your mom run out of books to read? Or maybe she is always willing to read new books. If that’s the case, think about getting your mom a Book of the Month subscription. There are lots of different ones out there, so I’m sure it won’t be hard to find one your mom will enjoy.

 

#4 A personal Library Kit

If your mom prefers old-school books, she may want a personal library kit. Plus, if she likes giving books away to family and friends, this’ll help her collect those late fees.

 

#5 A Personalized Embosser

Books, gifts and letters convey more meaning and value when distinguished by your personal stamp. Get your mom a personalized embosser so she can put her own flare on her book collection.

Type it Out Tuesday: April 30

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: April 23

Type it Out Tuesday: April 23

We are back ladies and gentlemen, and I’ve got a few Six Word Stories for you to enjoy.

As always, let me know what you think in the comments.

The smallest coffins are the heaviest

 

Voyager still transmitted, but Earth didn’t.

 

One bullet is a lifetime’s supply

Type it Out Tuesday: April 16th

Type it Out Tuesday: April 16th

This week’s writing prompt is a little different than others I’ve posted before. Instead of giving you a few sentences to spark your creativity, I thought a picture could do wonders, so here it is. Based off of the below picture, write a story, or a part of a story.

As always, I’d love to read it so feel free to shoot me a comment or email.

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