Tag Archives: Brainstorm

Coming Up With Story Ideas

We all have hundreds of thousands of ideas for imaginative stories, but the moment we sit down to write, they somehow disappear. Or sometimes you across a great book or a movie and you think to yourself, “why didn’t I … Continue reading

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Overcoming Writer’s Block

The barrier that holds all great writers down, or does it help writers create something majestic? The Writer’s Block is something we all fear when we write, especially on a topic that’s just plain uninteresting or if we have a … Continue reading

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Scribble #8: Remember That Childhood Item?

Prompt: (1) Describe a childhood item you were attached to, and what happened to it as you aged? OR (2) Describe an item (toy, food, etc.) you wanted as a child and why you wanted that item. Share your responses! … Continue reading

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Scribble #7: He Said, She Said

Prompt: In a case of “he said, she said,” write a story which consists of two (2) characters reflecting on the same event but through their own point of view. A simple example would be describing the events of a date … Continue reading

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Scribble #6: The Superhero

Prompt: Take 30 minutes to finish the following sentence and write a story following it, “I didn’t plan to be a superhero, but that all changed when I was bitten by a _____. “ Share your responses! Remember, these aren’t … Continue reading

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