10 Writing Prompts


One of the absolute worst things about writing is when you get writer's block. :P Sometimes, prompts will help me get over this. So here are some writing prompts. I hope this might help if you have writer's block or are just looking for new ideas. :) So, sans further ado....

1. There is a tall stone tower stuffed full of books, manuscripts, and ancient scrolls. All have a thick coating of dust on them, and none have been touched in ages. But now, somebody is walking through the halls, narrow eyes scanning the shelves......Who are they? Why are they there?

2. Describe the paths of/through your brain and imagination.

3. She felt the prickling, stinging feeling that someone was watching her. Without hesitation, she whirled around, her arrow pointed straight at the intruder. When she saw it was the raven, she lowered the bow. "You again," she said......

4. He never did finish his dinner.

5. As soon as I read the letter, I knew......

6. She had always been afraid of.....

7. "I wonder how much time they have left?"

8. Write about your character's boiling point.

9. Describe a setting (like a restaurant) before, during, and after something occurs (like a child's birthday party).

10. I wasn't that convinced.

Well, that's all for today! :) Hope these writing prompts helped, and remember that you are all indeed very beautiful pickles.

Namarië,
Ellie

10 comments:

  1. Ooh, great! I love writing prompts!
    Also, sorry I've been kinda MIA. I'm in a local play, and dance is wrapping up, and then recital is soon, and graduations, and I'm sick....I've kinda had a lot going on. I'll try and comment more often.

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      That's fine, don't worry about it! :)

      - Ellie

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  2. Blimey Ellie, you've come up with some good ones here. This sounds funnny but I was thinking of doing #2 last night in bed, before you posted this. XD
    3, also, sounds great. It might be nice to use in a story/writing piece about a girl who is so tense and on her guard the littlest thing might set her off-and with possible consequences....

    ~Kathryn

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    1. Thank you so much! :)
      Ha, great minds think alike I suppose. :)
      Thank you! That sounds really interesting.

      - Ellie

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  3. These are so good, they kinda make me want to write now.
    Ooh yeah, I nominated you for a challenge thing http://youdontknowmybrainthewayyouknowmyname.blogspot.co.uk/2015/06/the-random-words-challenge.html
    Charlotte

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    1. Thank you so much! :) I'm glad.
      Thank you! I'll try to get it up ASAP. :)

      - Ellie

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  4. These are amazing! I love 3 & I just might have to use that sometime...hmmm...

    I love your blog, just saying. :) Everything about it is just...wonderful. Keep up the awesome work!

    ~Mary H.
    www.librarygirl-life.blogspot.com

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      - Ellie

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  5. As someone who just crawled out of the depths of writer's block, I can say that these prompts are definitely going to help me. xD The first one definitely interests me - I'm a sucker for old books. x3
    ~Oli

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      - Ellie

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