Fantasy, Writing Prompts

Life without Death – 750 words

Word count: 750 Genre: Fantasy Character: A vampire Material: A pen Sentence: "It's too warm." Bonus: Winter is long and extremely cold.   “It’s too warm.” The old vampire whispered to his heir. Elliot sat next to him fidgeting with a pen. He didn’t know what to say to his master. They had never faced… Continue reading Life without Death – 750 words

Fantasy, Writing Prompts

It Was Her – Writing Prompt – 300 words

Word count: 300  Genre: Fantasy  Character: A superhero (White Crow)  Material: A bottle of whiskey Sentence: "It was her!"  Bonus: Your character has lost someone dear.     “It was her!” He slurred sloshing his bottle of whiskey when he gestured to the man next to him. Tears brimmed his eyes. “Why don’t you understand?”… Continue reading It Was Her – Writing Prompt – 300 words

Romance, Writing Prompts

Short- To A Fresh Start

Word count: 700 Genre: Romance Character: A heart-broken lover Material: A pencil Sentence: "I don't want to ask for too much." Bonus: Your character is loved by everyone.   “I don’t want to ask for too much…” He trailed of unable to continue speaking. His fingers  continued turning and twisting the pencil in his hands.… Continue reading Short- To A Fresh Start

Writing, Writing Prompts

100 Word Writing Prompt 2

In 100 words or less, write a story that includes the following: a nudist, a souvenir, an old photo album.   Sitting on the beach bum crusted in sand, he flipped through the old photo album. It was just pictures of himself with his ex. They had come to this beach. He had changed his… Continue reading 100 Word Writing Prompt 2

Writing Prompts

Writing Prompts

Today, my brain feels like it's in a funk. It feels like my brain is just in a fog and hasn't quite woken up yet. So, instead of working on my books, I'm here. Trying to get my brain to work. Enter, writing prompts. I know it sounds weird, but it can really help. When… Continue reading Writing Prompts