Monday, June 12, 2017

Kickstart Your Summer Writing with #FREE Prompts

I'm kickstarting my summer writing projects today and want to encourage all writers to kickstart their own summer writing goals!

To do this, I'll be doing two things:

I'll post simple writing prompts here at least four days a week for most of the summer, starting today. So, stop by and grab a prompt each day. Comments aren't necessary for blogging politeness with these super short posts, just grab a prompt and run with it!

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The coupon is good through Friday.



Today's prompt: If you're main character of your WIP, or a new character you just met in your imagination, were to take a journey, what would he/she pack? And, how would he/she travel?


9 comments:

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

Awesome! Think I have it already but will Tweet.

cleemckenzie said...

Me, too! Glad to pass the word around.

L. Diane Wolfe said...

I just Tweet's Lee's Tweet.

Cherie Reich said...

What a good prompt! My main character of the work I'm editing will have to pack her bags, or rather a travel satchel, soon enough. :)

Natalie Aguirre said...

Thanks for the prompts to kickstart our writing.

John Holton said...

Thanks! I usually don't write fiction but I'm sure this will help.

Sarah Foster said...

I could probably use some writing prompts to get new ideas. I'm usually too stuck on the old ones.

Heather R. Holden said...

Fun writing prompt! Since my current WIP is horror, I think I'd be too scared to travel with any of the main characters from it, LOL. Best of luck with your summer writing projects, Tyrean!

Tyrean Martinson said...

Alex - Thanks!

C. Lee - Thank you!

Diane - Thanks!

Cherie - cool! My MC isn't going on a long journey yet, but I know he will in book 2.

Natalie - you're welcome!

John - hopefully a few will work for non-fiction, too.

Sarah - I know what you mean. I have a tendency to circle around similar characters.

Heather - I guess it wouldn't work as well with horror characters, but maybe ...? Thanks!