You'll Love This Book If:
- You need writing inspiration
- You're looking for writing prompts
- You have a case of writer's block
The Writer's Book of Matches is packed with hundreds of writing prompts to jump-start your writing! Whether you have a case of writer's block, are looking for writing inspiration for your next story, or want to get back to writing regularly, you'll find tons of creative writing prompts.
The Writer's Book of Matches provides three types of writing prompts. Each prompt details a conflict, revelation, or unusual situation.
The first prompt is called a situation prompt. These types of prompts provide an obvious protagonist who finds himself (or herself) in an unusual or emotionally charged situation.
The second type of prompt is a dialogue prompt in which you have to create the context in which the dialogue is being spoken. This gives you more freedom to create a plot, while at the same time forcing you to deal with character interaction before anything else.
The third type of prompt is an assignment prompt. They present a shared context in which multiple characters find themselves. Your job is to create a situation or conflict for each character given the context. See examples of each type of prompt below.
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In This Book You'll Learn:
- The three different types of writing prompts: situation, dialogue, and assignment
- How writing prompts can be used to overcome writer's block
- To create a daily writing habit
Some Sample Writing Prompts From This Book:
Upon reading the contents of his teenage stepdaughter's diary, a man is left fearing for his life. (Situation prompt)
A dairy worker develops the uncanny ability to communicate telepathically with livestock. (Situation prompt)
"He told me it was my fault, slammed the door, and took off. That was three days ago." (Dialogue prompt)
(Assignment prompt) In the near future, women begin to out earn men by 50 percent. Write about such conditions affect the following characters:
- an ambitious young man who just recently married
- a young girl whose father is a stay-at-home dad
- an old man who pines for "the good old days"
What Writers Are Saying About This Book:
"This is a very useful book. Felt like I was cheating at first, but then realized it's just a tool to get your ideas running. Great for practicing your prose." —Jaime
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