This Collection Of 1,000 Writing Prompts Is Just What You Need!
"This is a superb, very imaginative book that helps people, writers and non-writers, think of ideas," Israel, 5-star review.
"A genuine treasure trove. I will never again complain of not knowing what to write!" Joel, 5-star review.
"If you're stuck on just about any subject that might be your direction, turn to Bryan Cohen, keep this book by your side, and step over those writer's blocks with ease,"Grady, 5-star review.
Creative writing prompts are short questions or situations that are meant to inspire you to write. Far beyond the typical, “It was a dark and stormy night...” story starters, this new collection of 1,000 prompts has been specifically formulated to dig deep into the creative process. The prompts employ thought-provoking questions, imaginative scenarios and humor to help writers of all ages defeat writer’s block.
You Should Buy This Book Because...
- Author Bryan Cohen is an Amazon #1 best-selling author for the Writing Skills category.
- 1,000 Prompts, Volume 2 has 32 five-star reviews!
- This new set of 1,000 prompts will help you fight the crippling sensation of creative resistance.
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"Bryan Cohen has written an excellent writing resource. If you are stuck on a writing project, these prompts can help to get your mental gears going. There is a prompt for just about every occasion, organized so that you can find it quickly."
Bryan Cohen is an author, a creativity coach and an actor. Cohen is the author of creativity tools (1,000 Creative Writing Prompts: Ideas for Blogs, Scripts, Stories and More), self-help (The Post-College Guide to Happiness), fiction (Ted Saves the World) and thousands of blog posts around the web. He has published over 30 books, which have sold more than 20,000 copies in total. His website, BuildCreativeWritingIdeas.com, helps over 25,000 people a month to defeat writers block. In September, Cohen taped an episode for the nationally televised show, "Who Wants To Be A Millionaire." He lives with his wife in Chicago.
Jeremiah Jones is a comedian, an essayist and now an author. Jones recently graduated from the University of Clemson with a degree in English with an emphasis in writing and publication studies. He was a member of the university’s long- and short-form improv troupe Mock Turtle Soup and was involved with many theatrical productions. Jones has published articles in the Easley Progress and the Pickens Sentinel. He currently lives in Chicago.