daily-prompts Inspiration for practitioners of the loneliest art Ballard Theme version 1.5.3 created by Storyware powered by Tumblr That's what this blog is here for! Here’s a bunch of random stuff I found. End your story with: This man had seen things; things Maddy would never full understand. Don’t touch anything else.”, “Hey, doesn’t that belong in the Louvre?”, “The plan was going great until we got arrested.”, “You know, before yesterday I had never jumped off the top of a building.”.

Write a scene that takes place there, even if it’s a creepy basement or a military boot camp or an illegal pot farm in a remote area. In essence, it’s your only true legacy. Fill in the blank and use this line of dialogue in your story: “I would have won the cake walk if it hadn’t been for _______.”, Person: a cooking show host with a floundering career, Problem: a beloved local diner is in danger of being closed. a magician, a music video shoot, a bucket of orange liquid.

End your story with: This man had seen things; things Maddy would never full understand. I also want to apologize for the inactivity, we are all very busy and get so many asks and have to keep up the que’d and such, thank you all for being so understanding!-Mod M. Seriida cuties Describe the place where you were living when you learned to walk. random, writingprompts, writing.

She kept all kinds of odds and ends in a little trio of silver pots.

Established: January 2015. We would like to show you a description here but the site won’t allow us. Write down everything you know about New Orleans. It was a mishap, clearly. Write a story that combines elements of these two genres: Problem: a cult has taken over the local grocery store.

Use these things in your absolutely fascinating story: a college student who doesn’t know they have magical powers, a struggling coffee shop, a comet. It was random and silly and barely 1 o'clock in the morning, but they found themselves dancing in the darkened living room to no music and a whole lot of laughter. Writing Prompt #759: Beginnings and Endings Start your story with: Maddy watched the strange man crawl out of the escape pod, his arms shaking, his eyes wild. Use all of these splendiferous words in your story: machination, divert, foray, vexatious, saunter, screed, ruddy. 1/3 writing prompts. Powered by Tumblr | Backburner Theme designed by Jonathan Moore, Writing Prompt #759: Beginnings and Endings, Writing Prompt #756: A Genre, a Person, and a Problem. Write about falling asleep as a small child. Tired of only finding sucky writing prompts on the internet?

If there were a ship that could take you wherever you wanted to go, where would you go?

I know I am. If this is gonna happen then you need to do it. Write a paragraph exploring this concept: The way you treat other people, good or bad, leaves an imprint on the world.

With regard to submissions: no longer accepting fandom specific prompts and won't post them if I do receive them. You do not need to ask permission or give credit if you use any of the prompts posted here to inspire your writing.

Welcome to a very strange collection of writing prompts, written by someone who has been writing for ten years and still doesn't really know how. When a star dies, it releases all of its light, sending it out into the darkness, where it shines for a very long time.

Turns out she was right. She said it had a kind of magic to them. The ghosts in my house wouldn’t be so bad if they could just stop trying to cook. Writing Prompt #754: Person, Place, Thing! Here’s seven words. What This Is: 1/3 useful ramblings. It was the most dramatic coffee shop she had ever set foot in.

You can write a light scene that takes place at a child’s birthday party as they receive the gift they wanted most, for example. Check back every day for a new prompt that totally doesn't suck. Come back every day for a new writing prompt that might actually help you. Use it all in your story: a mall food court, a magical station wagon, a throne made of garbage, a cat costume, an unbreakable glass door, a red button, a Lisa Frank notebook filled with weird writing. Writing Prompt #749: The Blank Is Your Mom: That’s What She Said Edition, Writing Prompt #748: A Genre, a Person, and a Problem. There hadn’t been many. Everything was covered in snow except for a perfect circle right in the middle of the yard. Tell me the truth.”, “It’s the middle of the night and I just watched our house catch on fire and it was 100 percent your fault. The wrong letter got delivered to the wrong place at the wrong time, and exactly the wrong thing happened as a consequence. Writing Prompt #745: Person, Place Thing. Write a story about someone who is really good at something they hate. Use them all in your story: contravene, travelogue, gauzy, traipse, splendiferous, dynasty, throng. Though this account is more for vague prompts to share for others then specific characters or stories writing itself I can through a few ideas under a cut. She could remember every compliment ever given to her. I just can’t.”, “If we’re assigning blame then this is your fault for leaving me alone with explosives in the first place.”, “I don’t know about you, but I think not dying was a pretty good birthday present.”, “Please tell me that animal isn’t the one the zoo is missing.