Top 5: Type It Out Tuesday

Hello my dear dear readers. It is always a pleasure to be here, giving you writing prompts.

I had found a few over the past few weeks that I was inspired by, so I thought I would share them with you too.

Hopefully one of these inspires someone out there to write their next great masterpiece.

The world you live in has such advanced scientific knowledge, that you are able to see every person’s stats like they are in a video game. Strength, speed, interests, weaknesses. You can see it all.


You walk into a used book store one day, and you happen to notice one book has your name on it. You open it and begin reading, and soon realize it is a detailed account of your life. You skip ahead and you read about yourself finding the book…
Do you read your book to the end?


The day after your 16th birthday, you head downstairs in the morning and make some breakfast. You go back up to your room to get ready for school, but it is as if there is an invisible barrier stopping you from entering the room. Over the day, this same sensation happens again and again, and you realize you can’t enter a room more than once.


You wake up in the morning with a throbbing pain in your arm, and you look to see a strange tattoo on your wrist. You call for your wife, and suddenly the number goes down. You yell again, and the number goes down again. You’re 42 years old, and you seemingly only have 157 words left to speak in your entire life.

You are a freed genie who grants wishes you hear people mutter under their breath


You find a genie’s lamp in an antique shop, and as a joke you rub it. A genie pops out, but after thousands of years of being stuck in the lamp…the genie has a bit of an attitude. He grants wishes, but only those that people say under their breath in a moment of anger.


I hope you all enjoy these writing prompts, and again I hope they can inspire you to create something truly wonderful.

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Top 10 Tuesday: Writing Prompts

Hello again dear readers. I am coming back with another Top 10 Tuesday, and since this week is a freebie week, this list is about the Top 10 Writing prompts I have found, and oh boy…some of them are good!

Before I begin, I should let you know that Top Ten Tuesday has been hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl since January 2018.

It was born of a love of lists, a love of books and the desire to bring bookish friends together.


Write your heroes death in the following ways:
1. Peacefully
2. By his worst nightmare
3. Alone
4. Violently

Custom Etymology
Write a story or a scene about someone inventing a new word—or, alternatively, giving an existing word a new meaning.


Unexpected Inking
You are showering one morning when you notice a tattoo on your body that you’re quite sure you don’t remember getting. What is it, how did you get it, and what does it mean?

Unfairy Tales
Write a scene that involves a fairy tale trope turned on its head or otherwise deviating from typical expectations. For example: A princess who’s cruel to her kind stepmother; a golden goose that lays explosive eggs; a big, frightening wolf who really just wants a friend.


The 1%
People thought society would be better if we killed the worst 1% every year. Today is the hundredth anniversary, and the notion of the “worst” is getting really tricky.

Superhuman
Absolutely everything that makes you uncomfortable is beneficial for you. Weakened viruses train your immune system, small muscle tears make you stronger…and small bullets make you more resistant to larger bullets. Turns out, the government is awfully interested in your unusual ability.


Duel of the Century
Separated by an entire continent and almost 100 years, Betty White and Queen Elizabeth finally become aware of each others existence. Realizing two beings with immortality can’t exist, they both agree to a duel. For there can be only one.

Dungeons and Dragons
You never knew that your D&D game corresponded to an actual fantasy world you were affecting with your choices. You were having fun playing a very evil character, but after getting summoned to that world as a hero, you’re faced with the living-breathing consequences of the crimes you committed.


Demon Deal
You just inadvertently summoned a demon. But you don’t want to make a deal with him. Now the demon follows you around trying to get you to make a deal with him.

The White Death
Finland houses a secret weapon in their northern forests, awoken in only the most dire times. The White Death of the Winter War was not a human sniper, but an entity beyond time needing to feed. It is the year 2020, and it has woken again, hungry.


Do you know of any other writing prompts you really enjoy? Share them in the comments!

Top 10 Romantic Writing Prompts

Top Ten Tuesday was created by The Broke and the Bookish in June of 2010 and was moved to That Artsy Reader Girl in January of 2018. It was born of a love of lists, a love of books, and a desire to bring bookish friends together.

This Tuesday’s post is supposed to be about 10 Books On My Fall TBR List, but I am not really the type to read plenty of books. I go more for the lengthier reads, which generally takes me longer to read them.

Since I don’t really have any books I’m planning on reading this fall, other than IT by Stephen King, I figured I would give you a different Top 10 List.

So without further adieu, here are 10 romantic writing prompts.


Write about a character who is up for a big promotion within their company. They’ve put everything on hold for it – including their love life. But when an outsider is hired instead, they lose it, focusing all their energy on bringing this newcomer down. They just didn’t think about the fact that they might end up liking them.

Write about how a package is mailed to your main character. It’s filled with what seems like hundreds of letters all to a single person. Memories and confessions of love are penned within those letters. Your main character feels drawn to the person on the other end and sets out to find them – and the letter’s true destination.

Write about how your character started going blind at the age of six. Fifteen years later, they meet someone who makes their life better in ways they couldn’t have imagined. Then they realize that they’ve actually met that person before.

A waft of something flowery washes over your main character as they jog down the street. They turn and follow the scent to someone dancing in the middle of the street to no music while reading a book.

Her brother’s friends are off limits. Her dad’s friends are off limits. She knows those rules. But when a new coworker of her dad’s enters the picture, she’ll have to find a way around her father’s rules.

Write a story about how many memories of love and loss come to your character’s mind when they’re invited to an all-adult summer camp. They decide to go for it and spend 6 weeks in paradise with complete strangers.

Write a romance story about how you don’t know unconditional love until you’ve ever felt it at your core. And once you do, you can never settle for anything less ever again.

Write about how two old bicycles are embedded in a tree – grown into it from years of being chained to it. Upon further inspection, your character finds a bottle in one of the baskets and in that bottle, a letter. They attempt to return the letter to its owner to find someone else entirely.

Write a story about how in order to marry in your character’s society, suitors have to fight a person’s entire family for their hand. On the same day your character challenges their love’s family of 8, someone else challenges theirs – a family of only 3.

Falling in love is never easy. It’s even more difficult, however, when you find out the person you’re head over heels for is a torturer. And worse…they enjoy it.

Type it Out Tuesday: Creating Your Protagonist

One of the biggest struggles with creating a new story, is developing the characters, mainly the protagonists.

They are the central part of your story of course, so it is important to develop meaningful characters that you can base your story off of.

If you needed some help with creating your protagonist, or even an important side character, check out a few of these websites below.

They’ve got a lot of good ideas and tips to help you get the wheels rolling.

Hope they help!

8 Character Development Exercises

How to Create a Successful Protagonist

How to Build a Character

How to Create Authentic and Powerful Fictional Characters

Type it Out Tuesday: June 11

With Summer just around the corner, I figured you might like a bit of Summer-themed writing prompts to get you in the warm weather spirit.

What is the best way to celebrate the end of summer?

Write a poem describing the last day of summer.

What are the key ingredients of a memorable summer?

How do you know when summer has arrived?

Write about summer using all five senses to describe the way you feel during the season.

Type it Out Tuesday: June 4

Everyone needs a bit of creative inspiration now and then. There’s no shame in admitting it.

Maybe you want to write a romance book. Those are always popular. Boy meets girl, boy meets boy, girl meets alien life form she believed to be human. Love knows no bounds

Well I’ve got 5 solid romantic writing prompts for you, some a bit bizarre, some probably a bit cliche.

Hope you enjoy!

Write a story about a road trip between two old friends that turns into something more.

A duo of very inept wingmen.

You’re at a party when you spot a ex. Quick, you urgently have to pretend to be dating the nearest person, who happens to be very attractive.

In biblical times, men had many wives and most marriages were arranged. Use time travel to develop a story that depicts how love, romance, and marriage have changed throughout the centuries.

They say love is blind, and it makes people do strange things. Write about a character who is blinded by love or who does strange or dangerous things for the object of his or her desire.

Type It Out Tuesday: May 28

I found this picture today, and thought it would be a great writing prompt. It’s pretty funny if you ask me, and I think a lot of people would like it as well.

As always, I’d love to see what you guys make of this.