Category Archives: Writing Prompts

Market research: Steampunk Preview

Alright, I can’t resist, I’m writing some steampunk. Don’t expect this to hit the market anytime soon; I’m still working on plot outlines and gestating ideas, but the idea for a prologue to let you get to know the characters … Continue reading

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Wolfbound available in time for Christmas

My debut novella, Wolfbound, is now available on Smashwords; it’ll be up on Kindle soon, it takes them a day or so to approve new uploads. More information can be found on the Writings page; an excerpt can be found … Continue reading

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Prompt: Hands

I obviously didn’t get a TPD up this past weekend like I’d promised :( I’m sorry about that. To make it up to you I’m taking time out of my nano to do another writing prompt :) Prompt from about.comĀ - … Continue reading

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Nano!

I’ve been waiting for the nanowrimo word count widgets to show up on the site, but they don’t appear to be coming soon, so I figured I’d make a post. I’m doing nanowrimo again this year and, like always, I’m … Continue reading

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Divorce pt2

Sequal to this prompt, based on some feedback I received at writers.SE. Gregory was getting too old for this. Looking at his son made him feel his age like he rarely did when alone with his wife. Mentally, he still … Continue reading

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Writing prompt: Divorce

Your character has to tell his parents that he’s getting a divorce. He knows his parents will take his wife’s side, and he is right… Prompt from Creative Writing Now Lance paced the wooden floor in his front hallway, feet … Continue reading

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Writing Prompt: Use leather, rust and peppermint in a short story or poem.

Prompt from Toasted Cheese. He sank into the leather chair, closing his eyes as he clutched the small, rusted tin tightly in one hand. He used to come up here often as a boy, but he’d long since forgotten the … Continue reading

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