Type it Out Tuesday: June 11

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.

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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.

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.

Type it out Tuesday: May 14

I found a really cool picture online the other day, and I thought it would be an awesome picture to use as a TIOT post.

I’d love to see what you guys can make of it. A few ideas come to mind myself. Long, short, funny, sad, or anything in between. There are no limits to what your imagination will bring.

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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.

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