This is just a bit of fun, and a lot of these titles are somewhat silly. But head over, choose your genre, and stretch your writing muscles with an unlikely book title.
Writing a first draft and reminding myself that I’m simply shoveling sand into a box so that later I can build castles.
Create your main character.
This is super creepy. What was this place for, who lived/worked here, and how did it become abandoned?
Two characters are having a conversation in one of these places. What is said?
Write about the first photo on this page.
Character, I think, is the single most important thing in fiction. You might read a book once for its interesting plot—but not twice.
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Some Ideas For NaNoWriMo
Most people think that NaNoWriMo starts in November. After all, anyone who has befriended an amateur writer has probably seen their crazy, wide eyes and coffee-stained body during the month of November.
None of them know that the craze begins all the way in October — the National Novel-Planning Month; otherwise known as NaNoPlaMo. Or, at least, that’s how I like to call it.
So in light of NaNoPlaMo, I have decided to devise a list of 30 story ideas that might intrigue you, in case you are planning on participating in NaNoWriMo and have no idea.
NB: Not all of the items on this list are prompts. Some may be quote [like #1], some may be three elements [like #5], some may be a song [like #3].
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I’ll be bringing you a lot of writing prompts…
Over the next few weeks, in the run-up to NaNoWriMo, I’ll be bringing you a lot of writing prompts and sources of inspiration.
This isn’t just for those doing NaNoWriMo, or just for those who haven’t come up with a plot yet. It’s always good to stretch your writing muscles, to try something a little different to what you usually write. You just never know what might come out of it.
So keep an open mind, because some of these may seem a little silly. Always remember that inspiration can come from the unlikeliest of places.