Writing Prompts

Spring Writing Prompts

Oh my gosh, guys, can you believe that spring is here?? It’s already April! I feel like the first quarter of 2018 has gone super-fast, but to be totally honest, things have been  a b s o l u t e  m a d n e s s  on my end. My second semester has […] Read more…

December 2017 Writing Prompts

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NaNoWriMo 2017 is officially over! Did you win? I…did not. That’s not to say that I got nothing out of it; I put 10k into the first draft of The Final Days and I got a much-needed brain break from Lady of Daemons. My magnificent critique partners, however, did not. Faith, Ríona, and Mikaela all critiqued pretty sizable […] Read more…

November 2017 Writing Prompts (and Some NaNoWriMo Joy)

November is upon us, my friends, and that means it’s time for NaNoWriMo. What is NaNoWriMo, you (probably aren’t) ask(ing because you’ve done it a million times before but just bear with me)? THE H*CKIN’ BEST THING EVER. National Novel-Writing Month (NaNoWriMo) is…well, exactly what it sounds like. You write a 50,000-word novel in a […] Read more…

September 2017 Writing Prompts

Thirty new creative writing prompts that I probably won't get to try out because I'm preparing to move to London and start grad school. Oh, well.

What? More writing prompts? But I just posted August’s batch last week! Well, I am, as my beloved Georgia Nicolson would say, “filled with magnanimosity. And creativitosity. Which is not an easy thing to say, let me tell you.” Enjoy! Read more…