10 Pinterest Prompt Picks Vol. 16

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You know the drill, I’m not the only one out there who comes up with writing prompts, so here are some of my favorites from my  Writing Prompts board on Pinterest.

Because you can never have too much inspiration.

1

Everyone carries a mark that tells the number of lives they have lived.

Write about a character who hides the fact that their mark is an infinity symbol.

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2

They say I am powerful.

They say I am the darkness.

They say I instill fear into the hearts of many.

It is even said that the Devil himself is afraid of me.

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3

Time passes but not one day goes by that you are not here in my heart. The day you died was not just a date on the calendar, it was the day my very existence changed forever.

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4

The kind of girl no one would go looking for.

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5

Satanic graffiti marked the tree trunks.

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6

“You can do whatever you want, but I will never sit by and watch our work burn.”

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7

“Now remember, if you hear ominous chanting, the appropriate response is to run.”

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8

“And here was me thinking that spies were supposed to be inconspicuous.”

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9

“Did you just drug my cake?”

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10

He is an aging angel, trying to live out his last days on Earth, he has managed to keep his secret for some time, but the era of smartphone-cameras is making it more difficult.

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#OnePromptWed – Aug. 30, 2017

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One unedited sentence (plus a little more) that might or might not be from an upcoming ebook of writing prompts.

“Time for my four-hour patrol through the winter wonderland from hell.”

“Oh come on, it’s not that bad.”

“Tell that to my frostbitten fingers.”

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TFR’s Writing Prompts No. 286-290

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It’s Tuesday, so here are some prompts to inspire your way to the end of the week.

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#MondayMotivation – August 28, 2017

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The writer is by nature a dreamer – a conscious dreamer. -Carson McCullers

I spend a LOT of my waking hours thinking about the stories I’m writing or planning to write. In one of my old Writing Tips posts titled, 4 Unique Ways To Get Inspired To Write, I talked about–as it says–four unusual sources of inspiration that I use when I’m working on my novels.

But as I wrote this #MondayMotivaiton post, I realized that there I was missing one: while driving. I can not begin to count how many plot issues I’ve solved while in the car. It happened a TON of times for the #WhoIsTalyaNightingale novel, especially when I use to have a traditional commute to and from work, and just last week I solved a particularly sticky plot question for #GroundhogOne.

Noodling on my writings is something that I can’t control, it’s just something that happens whenever I’m awake, like breathing, or those times when I sneeze weird and people think I’ve seen a bug or am being attacked or something (long story).

Take your inspiration where you can get it, and just remember to write, especially when you make a major plot breakthrough, but also especially when you can’t write at all. You can dream all you want about a plot, but if you don’t write it, you’re never going to finish your story. There’s never going to be a perfect time to write. You have to make it a perfect time, simply by doing it.

Easier said than done, I know. It’s an on-going challenge that every writer faces every day. You’re not alone.

Here’s to a productive week of writing. Don’t forget to sign up for the #MondayMotivation Newsletter by clicking HEREThe next newsletter is slated to land in your inbox next week!

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*#MondayMotivation quote found on my Pinterest Board: Inspirational Quotes About Writing

TFR’s Writing Prompts No. 281-285

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Five prompts to kickstart a productive weekend of writing.

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10 Pinterest Prompt Picks Vol. 15

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You know the drill, I’m not the only one out there who comes up with writing prompts, so here are some of my favorites from my  Writing Prompts board on Pinterest.

Because you can never have too much inspiration.

1

He hadn’t seen anything like it in twenty years of teaching.

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2

The phrase “Ignore it and it will go away.” does NOT apply to being chased by a dozen cop cars…trust me on this one

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3

Spiders cover every inch of the door to the church.

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4

“Silence is the best reply to a fool.”

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5

I could set this world on fire and call it rain.

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6

After no contact from outer space, NASA finally receives an Alien radio signal with only 7 words: “The birds are not what they seem”

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7

She went to sea to catch a monster and came back with a son.

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8

A receptionist for the afterlife finds their workload quadrupling on one particular day.

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9

“What do I get if I win?”

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10

Spoiler Alert:

Everybody dies.

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#OnePromptWed – Aug. 23, 2017

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One unedited sentence that might or might not be from an upcoming ebook of writing prompts.

“Why do you answer every question with the phrase, ‘because I’m a knight’?”

“Because I’m a knight.”

“Forget I asked.”

“I can’t, because I’m a knight.”

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