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A wealth of ideas,
This review is from: 1,000 Creative Writing Prompts, Volume 2: More Ideas for Blogs, Scripts, Stories and More (Story Prompts for Journaling, Blogging and Beating Writer's Block Book 5) (Kindle Edition)
This book delivers on its title: 1000 creative writing prompts, categorised by topic.
Whether used for daily writing practice, or as a means of starting a writing ‘flow’ that shifts gears into another work-in-progress, the book offers plenty for the creative mind to work with. As other reviewers have stated, the prompts make great ice-breaker questions, too!
My co-author and I regularly write short stories and flash fiction in response to title or image prompts; the open-ended nature of the creative writing questions listed in this book offers us a different approach, one which I think could be useful.
(1) What is the most important lesson you've learned from studying your own past experiences? Would you consider teaching that lesson to others? Why or why not?
(2) If you were sent back to the 1970s, what would you miss the most about living in the present day and why? Would there be aspects of today you'd be happy to be rid of? Why or why not?
(3) Imagine that you could have lunch with any creative person throughout history. Who would you choose and why? What might this creative person inspire you to do?
I received an ecopy of this book in exchange for my honest review.
1,000 Creative Writing Prompts, Volume 2: More Ideas for Blogs, Scripts, Stories and More (Story Prompts for Journaling, Blogging and Beating Writer's Block Book 5)(2 customer reviews)