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While you may be one of those writers who has ideas flowing out of her ears, chances are you’ve also had your fair share of writer’s block. Or maybe you’re like me and have a tough time prioritizing your work in a way that gives you time to work on creative writing. When you do get a spare moment, you’re so determined not to let that precious writing time slip away that you don’t know where to start.
When this happens, why not try working with a few writing prompts to get the ideas flowing? You never know what you’ll come up with—and you may even turn one of these free writing sessions into a piece that you can sell or publish, or develop the start of a new manuscript! Here are a few ideas to get you started. (In the spirit of it being the month of October, some of these may be a little on the creepy side.)
Now it’s time to get even more creative! Using one of these prompts, write an introductory paragraph in these comment section. I can’t wait to see what you come up with.
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Renee Roberson is a freelance writer and editor who dabbles in many different forms of writing, and who probably began reading Stephen King way too early. Visit her website at FinishedPages.com.
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