Writing Prompts for Budding Writers
by Bryan Cohen
I’m coming to the last few days of a 30-day blog tour here with my post at All Things With Purpose. I’ve been indirectly promoting my new book of 1,000 writing prompts, which brings me up to the publication of approximately 5,500 prompts. This includes books on writing about the seasons, the holidays, creating characters and much more.
Trying to get the word out in any profession is difficult and tedious. I’ve worked hard to write more than 30 unique posts in the past month in an effort to find new readers and fans. This would be completely exhausting if I was simply going for money or blogosphere fame. The truth of the matter is it’s exciting to see writers young and old make my prompts a part of their writing process.
Here are a few writing prompt freebees:
1. During a walk around the block, you have stumbled upon a bottomless bag of presents with an unlimited number of gifts inside. What will you do with this powerful sack and why?
2. Imagine that the snow from a winter storm was so strong that it knocked over neighborhood trees into your power lines. What would your family do with no power in the middle of the coldest season?
Bryan Cohen is an author, a creativity coach and an actor. His new book, 1,000 Creative Writing Prompts, Volume 2: More Ideas for Blogs, Scripts, Stories and More is now available on Amazon in digital and paperback format. His other books include 1,000 Creative Writing Prompts, The Post-College Guide to Happiness, and Ted Saves the World. He has published over 30 books, which have sold more than 20,000 copies in total. Connect with him on his website, Build Creative Writing Ideas, on Facebookor on Twitter.
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