I've penned 75 new writing prompts, which mainly focuses on wordplay, objects, and random phrases. They can be for beginning, novice, or experienced writers. Whether you're trying something new or wanting to challenge yourself, the end goal is to write more than what you did before. Write on!
Can humor writing be taught, or is "funniness'" an inborn trait? Can you learn how to write humor? There might be something to learn if we examine what makes us laugh.
Writing is a solitary, and often lonely endeavor, but it doesn't have to be. With technology enabling us to reach across the globe, writers can connect with others for comradery, inspiration, feedback and advice. If you are a writer, consider joining these great online writing communities.
It should be easy to find things to write about, but what happens if words just won't come? Don't allow writer’s block to take over. Here's a fun exercise using a picture for inspiration to get your creativity flowing again.
Flash fiction or microfiction is a genre involving very short stories. Despite their brevity, the stories can convey a lot of information and be very effective.
Looking to amp up your creative writing skills? Check out this hub where we'll go over many different types of Disaster elements you can through into your story.
Naming Conventions Useful for Naming Characters in Fictional and Fantasy World Building and Writing.
Looking for inspiration? Got writer's block? Need to finish a project quickly? Whether you're writing a novel or poem or painting a picture, sometimes it helps to have a little nudge. Here are some prompts you can use, including some photo prompts and prompt table. Use them well!
Storytelling is an art. A skilled writer uses words to paint a vivid picture in the reader’s imagination. You need to show not tell the details of your tale. Here are some writing exercises to help you do this.
Backstory is the technical term for the background of your novel's characters - how did they get here, and why do they behave the way they do? It takes skill to incorporate it seamlessly into your story
Using slang is a great way to make people take notice, but only if you know what your talking about and you use it at the appropriate time.
Sometimes stories and incidents generated during a tabletop RPG session are worth putting out into the world for others to enjoy but how do you transform your session notes into an enjoyable read?