Have ideas for fascinating characters but no where to put them? We can help with this week’s writing prompts! Below, you will find four unique settings devoid of characters. As always, we would love to read any of your stories or artwork that have drawn inspiration from these or any of our featured writing prompts.
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Every story needs a bit of romance. This week, we’re providing our readers with five writing prompts to add some romance to your stories. From their first encounters to the established love, we have you covered this week. Don’t forget to share the love!
If you’re looking for more writing prompts, look no further. We enjoy reading any of your stories that were inspired by these or any other prompts from our site! Share them in the comments, by email, or any of our social media accounts.
Nothing will pull in a reader like a good mystery. This week’s writing prompts provides you with six eerie story starters. Various noises and characters can help set the tone of your mysterious story. And, of course, we didn’t forget the blood. We would love to read your stories inspired by any of these prompts. Share them with us in the comments below or on our social media pages.
This week, I’m starting with a theme/genre that is a personal favorite of mine: Fantasy! Below you will find story starters involving classic elements of the realm of fantasy. A noisy tavern, a thief, and even a dragon await the whims of your imagination. Please share any of your stories with us!
We also have some Horror themed writing prompts from our websites launch! More to come every Sunday! Let us know in the comments or on Facebook/Twitter if there is any genres or themes you would like to see in the future.
Leslie was taught this method for generating a random art prompt in her high school art class. You will be building a simple sentence then illustrating that sentence. This sentence requires three parts:
Make a list of words for each of the three parts. 5-10 words works best but feel free to use more if you desire. Write each word on its own strip of paper, keeping them separated by the parts. Randomly draw one from each of the three parts to build your sentence.
Here are a few prompts that can be used to get the creativity going if you’re strapped for ideas. These can also be used for practice if you need a break from a big project but still want to do some writing.
If you have any particular genres you’d like to see, let me know and I’ll use them in future posts.