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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New Years Quotes to Inspire You

Hello dear readers. I hope 2020 is off to a good start this year for you. I know it’s a bit cliché, but everyone needs a bit of inspiration to help them kick off their resolutions.

I hope these help, or inspire you in some way!

“Don’t live the same year 75 times and call it a life.” —Robin Sharma

“New year—a new chapter, new verse, or just the same old story? Ultimately we write it. The choice is ours.” —Alex Morritt

“Youth is when you’re allowed to stay up late on New Year’s Eve. Middle age is when you’re forced to.” —Bill Vaughan

“Be at war with your vices, at peace with your neighbors, and let every new year find you a better man.” —Benjamin Franklin

“When life is sweet, say thank you and celebrate. When life is bitter, say thank you and grow.” —Shauna Niequist

“Act as if what you do makes a difference. It does.” —William James

“Climb the mountain so you can see the world, not so the world can see you.” —David McCullough Jr.

“Let our New Year’s resolution be this: We will be there for one another as fellow members of humanity, in the finest sense of the word.” —Göran Persson

“Remove ‘shoulds’ from your vocabulary this year. Start your journey of self-love now.” —Kelly Martin

“We all get the exact same 365 days. The only difference is what we do with them.” —Hillary DePiano

“Making New Year resolutions is one thing. Remaining resolute and seeing them through is quite another.” —Alex Morritt

“Whatever it is you’re scared of doing, do it. Make your mistakes, next year and forever.” —Neil Gaiman

“Learn from yesterday, live for today, hope for tomorrow.” —Albert Einstein

Stealing People’s Ideas…Creatively

In today’s world, every idea has been taken. It is literally impossible to come up with a 100% original idea.

If you call yourself a creative person, I bet you constantly have ideas rolling through your head, and probably more so if you are a content creator. Writing a book, making videos, or any sort of content making will do wonders on the creative part of your brain.

Yeah, sure, you can have an idea for a space elephant wearing a unicorn onesie fighting robot pandas in the deserts of France. Sounds like it’s a pretty original idea right?

I’m sorry to tell you, but it’s not. It’s not original. The idea has already been taken. Maybe not all at once, but aspects of it. This idea belonged to that author. That idea belonged to this author.

Some aspect of every story, idea, or even thought has been used by someone else. Every possible idea has been taken…but that’s not something that should deter what ideas come to your mind.

That’s why I believe in one simple rule. A rule that I think all creative people follow when they think of new ideas.

Steal people’s ideas, but steal them creatively.

I don’t mean think of a creative way to steal their ideas. Stealing ideas outright is wrong. Stealing someone’s hard work and time is wrong.

What I mean by stealing creatively, is be inspired by them.

Be inspired by ideas you see everywhere, absorb them, and them take them in and use them.

Take everything in. Live your life, take in every sight, sound, and sense that you experience and use them to inspire you. Incorporate aspects of people ideas into your ideas.

Add your twist to them. Make them your own. Make them you. Make their ideas your own. Steal people’s ideas, creatively.

Be inspired by the hard work of others, and work hard to make those ideas yours.

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.

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.

Type it Out Tuesdays: February 19

From what I could find, there really isn’t anything special about today, but since it is Reading Week for a lot of college and university students, I thought I’d make this week’s writing prompt related to that…

Here it is:

You’ve booked a last minute vacation with your best friend. You saw how cheap the flights were and couldn’t pass up an oppportunity to spend a week on a beach in Mexico.

After a lenghty flight sitting next to a crying baby and the grandma who fell asleep on your shoulder, you finally check in to your hotel and are ready to hit the beach.

You find some open chairs and you lay down to soak up that hot sun, when you spot the most perfect specimen (gender is your choice) coming from the water.

What happens next?

Hope you all enjoy this one. As always, if you get a chance to write anything using one of my writing prompts I’d love to hear about it.

Weekly Recap

I know you didn’t miss any of my posts this week, but on the odd chance someone you know did, here they are:

Book Review: D’Arnold finds a home by Teah Lytywn

Type it Out Tuesday: February 12

Wednesday News: February 13

Why Reading Together Can Be A Good Valentine’s Day Date

Quote of the Day: Great Gatsby