365 Writing Prompts to Kickstart Your Writing

365 Writing Prompts to Kickstart Your Writing

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by Toby Welch
     
 

Writing prompts can help you get into a writing groove. Instead of staring at a blank page, prompts give you the kick in the butt you need to get writing. Use the prompts in this book in numerical order or jump around to a question that sparks your creativity. Get writing!

Overview

Writing prompts can help you get into a writing groove. Instead of staring at a blank page, prompts give you the kick in the butt you need to get writing. Use the prompts in this book in numerical order or jump around to a question that sparks your creativity. Get writing!

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940011281310
Publisher:
Toby Welch
Publication date:
04/20/2011
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
121 KB

Meet the Author

After living in a dozen countries and earning an accounting degree, Toby Welch followed her dream of becoming a writer. Since penning an article in 2003 on travelling to Saudi Arabia, Toby hasn't stopped writing and has over 200 published print articles to her credit and another 250 online pieces.

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365 Writing Prompts to Kickstart Your Writing 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Oops. Its res 15.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
They topic were more of what you would see in high school sociology class. More geared toward a journal than creative or fiction.
Kear_Thyn More than 1 year ago
It's about 40 pages or so of one-liners and sentence fragments. Some of them are prompts for articles, some are for fiction, and others yet are just questions. They range from the very funny to the deeper side of the writer. The only flaw I see is that some of them sound more like 7th-grade essay prompts than ideas for a professional piece, but they are in the minority. Overall, a very good book. I found it very useful for a quick idea or plot device.