Just a little signpost towards my Monday Writing Prompts on Fate is Chance, Destiny is Choice. my website. If you’re in need of a bit of inspiration, have a look. I’ve also got Fiction Friday posts; granted, both of these series aren’t every Monday or Friday (my workload is getting bigger), but I do my best when I can!
I’ve also got my own go-to books for writing prompts and inspiration, some of which have been more helpful than others. If I’m looking for general prompts, I’ll turn to any one of these books:
The Pocket Muse: Ideas and Inspiration for Writing by Monica Wood
The Pocket Muse 2: Endless Inspiration for Writers by Monica Wood
The Writer’s Idea Book by Jack Heffron
The 3am Epiphany: Uncommon Writing Exercises that Transform Your Fiction by Brian Kitely
The 4am Breakthrough: Unconventional Writing Exercises that Transform Your Fiction by Brian Kitely
The Five Minute Writer: Exercise and Inspiration in Creative Writing in Five Minutes a Day by Margret Geraghty
A Writer’s Workbook: Daily Exercises for the Writing Life by Caroline Sharp
Just a handful (or armful!) of prompt books – yes I know I’ve got an addiction and a few shelves of writing type books…
Tomorrow may be hell, but today was a good writing day, and on the good writing days nothing else matters. – Neil Gaiman.
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