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1,000 Creative Writing Prompts for Holidays: Festive Ideas for Blogs, Scripts, Stories and More

1,000 Creative Writing Prompts for Holidays: Festive Ideas for Blogs, Scripts, Stories and More [Kindle Edition]

Bryan Cohen
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Looking To Inspire Your Writing Students Or Yourself?

Do You Want a Book That Could Do The Work For You?

Writing prompts are questions and hypothetical situations that are able to cure writer's block instantly. This book gives you exactly one thousand idea-generating prompts that focus on the most memorable days of the year. These 1,000 prompts work for blogs, scripts, stories, poems, essays, songs and anything else that requires you to stare down writer's block and start writing!

This book covers over 20 different holidays including:

  • Christmas, Thanksgiving and Halloween
  • Independence Day, Veterans Day, New Year's Eve
  • Earth Day, Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, International Women's Day and more!

˃˃˃ You Should Buy This Book Because...

1. Author Bryan Cohen is an Amazon #1 best-selling author for the Writing Skills category.

2. Cohen's writing prompts books have over 50 five-star reviews.

3. This book contains 1,000 new prompts to get you through the holidays.

˃˃˃ You Can Buy This Book or the Box Set!

This book is part of the 1,000 Creative Writing Prompts Box Set, which can save you 25% off the individual books. Check out the Box Set at

Make your own holiday writing cheer. Buy this book today!

About the Author

Bryan Cohen's philosophy is to turn a few ideas into many. This concept was one of the reasons behind his passion of creating thousands of creative writing prompts. His books, including his best-seller 1,000 Creative Writing Prompts: Ideas for Blogs, Scripts, Stories and More, have sold over 15,000 copies. Build Creative Writing Ideas, a website created by Bryan which contains hundreds of articles of writing advice, helps over 25,000 people a month to get over writers block and come up with new creative projects. Bryan also writes about comedy, self-help and embarrassing anecdotes from his life. He is also an actor, director and producer who enjoys dabbling in both theatre and film in Chicago, Illinois. Bryan graduated from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 2005 with degrees in English and Dramatic Art with a minor in Creative Writing. Bryan has published 20 books and plays.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 272 KB
  • Print Length: 106 pages
  • Publisher: Build Creative Writing Ideas (15 Jan 2014)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B008TYZ7X4
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
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Bryan Cohen writes about writing, comedy and embarrassing anecdotes from his life. He is also an actor, director and producer who enjoys dabbling in both theatre and film in Chicago, Illinois. Bryan graduated from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 2005 with degrees in English and Dramatic Art with a minor in Creative Writing. He has written or co-written the plays Chekhov Kegstand, Something from Nothing, Kerpow! and The Morning After.

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4.0 out of 5 stars 1,000 Creative Writing Prompts for Holidays 27 Feb 2014
By Merissa
Format:Kindle Edition
I received this book free from StoryCartel in exchange for a fair and honest review.

As anyone who has ever written a story will tell you, sometimes you get stuck and just can't think of where to go and what to write next. This book will help if the block is caused by something to do with a holiday. There are 1,000 prompts in here (as the title says) and cover everything from Ramadan to Earth Day. But not only will this book give you a prompt but it is also full of snippets of information from around the world including traditions and folklore. This is an excellent resource not just for the holidays but for every day. Recommended for writers of all ages.
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By Leona
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This book has a lot to offer; not only does it provide some interesting prompts to get developing writers going but the prompts themselves contain a lot of interesting information about American cultural and religious holidays. This is not to say that it's readership is in any way limited to the USA, it's global, anyone who is interested in people and how their lives and those of others are effected by the 'Holidays' that their culture embraces will gain a lot of in-site and opportunity to get their creativity flowing. For example the section on Christmas prompted me to free-write about how I celebrated this holiday as a child, about my Czech upbringing and the festivities we took part in, in the then communist Czechoslovakia.

Bryan Cohen's inclusiveness of different religions and customs is enhanced by the empathy he elicits and encourages in the readers of this book, guiding the budding writer to imagine what emotions people in different situation might be experiencing. For example, in the section on Veterans Day he ask readers/writers to imagine what it would be like and how we would 'cope with being so far from home'as this is something anyone in the military experiences. The ability to put yourself into some one else shoes is surely the basis of learning to write believable characters and Bryan's prompts help with this.

1,000 Creative Writing Prompts for Holidays, is very empathetic and thought provoking and would not only be the prefect tool to encourage young and developing writers of school going age, but even adults, as I have, will gain form using this book of prompts to enhance their creativity and writing.
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This guide is packed as full as it promises of excellent prompts focused around holidays. It begins with the really encouraging introduction as a motivating starting point for writers:
"When you use a memory or an emotion to wrote from, it helps you to feel like you aren't starting from scratch. There are thousands of stories already in your brain and many of these prompts are attempts to jog your memory and to use your brain for all its worth...If you say over and over again that you aren't qualified enough to be a will fulfil your own (kind of boring) prophecy". And of course the reverse is also true.

This book would be an excellent teacher's companion for helping children and young adults think about the holidays they participate in and those that their school mates from different cultures enjoy, as well as stimulate thinking about history, geography and society alongside politics in an empathetic manner. The questions are really geared towards children rather than adults and it is based around American holidays, most of which as a Brit I am not personally familiar, but it was interesting to see an approachable read that could help kids with essay writing and some creative writing.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great prompts and worth getting a copy 13 Dec 2012
By kitbass
Format:Kindle Edition
This book promises 1000 prompts to help creativity with creative writing and it delivers on that as well as giving a bit more to boot.

From the friendly and warm introduction until the last prompt, this book gives plenty of variation in ideas and jumping off points to get past the dreaded writers block.
I found that the tips that Bryan gives in the introduction section gave a useful insight into how he writes but also offers assurance and a boost in confidence to those of us who may not be used to writing on a regular basis. He even offers suggestions on how to incorporate writing into your daily routine and I thought that this was a nice touch and added to the personality of the book and the way in which it was written.

The book is based around the US holidays and also includes some religious holidays which means they may not be celebrated by everyone who reads the book, however the prompts are written in such a way that this does not really matter because they are so easily adapted to any kind of celebration or situation. A nice touch to the prompts is that there is a small sentence or so explaining why the holiday is celebrated and what some of the important symbolism based around the holiday means. This allows the reader to look at the reason and the emotion and adapt the prompt to whatever situation they feel fits.

The other thing I like about this book is that it guides you into looking at personal experiences and memories and utilise them within your writing. This resulted in my own writing having a lot more depth, personality and also meant the reader could easily identify with what they are reading.

I recommend this book to anyone who has suffered from the dreaded writers block and I will most definitely be looking at the other books that Bryan has produced for even more inspiration for my own work.
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