unblockingwritersblock: I do. Here’s some of my favorites. Writing Prompt Blogs: unblockingwritersblock (what? I can be a favorite) meetcuteprompts apromptadaykeepsthecriticsaway promptsgalore putthepromptsonthepaper idareyoutowrite awritingpromptaday suddenlyprompts alloftheprompts promptsandpointers photoprompts awesomewritingprompts Writing Help/Advice fixyourwritinghabits dear-indies fuckyeahcharacterdevelopment Yeah…I mostly follow prompt blogs. That should get you started though. Enjoy the muse!
firstwordsoftheprologue: It’s here! Here is a list I put together of 50 of my favorite questions to help develop a character. A lot of these I didn’t come up with myself, so to all those Tumblr users who made the original individual questions, thank you! Credit for those goes to them! Here you go: What is your character’s name? Does the character have a nickname? What is your character’s hair color? Eye color? What kind of distinguishing facial features doesWeiterlesen
thewritersarchive: This is an ultimate masterlist of many resources that could be helpful for writers. I apologize in advance for any not working links. Check out the ultimate writing resource masterlist here (x) and my “novel” tag here (x). ✑ PLANNING Outlining & Organizing For the Architects: The Planning Process Rough Drafts How do you plan a novel? Plot Development: Climax, Resolution, and Your Main Character Plotting and Planing I Have An Idea for a Novel! Now What? Choosing theWeiterlesen
wordscount: Seriously. Get on it.
fictionwritingtips: fictionwritingtips: I received an influx of antagonist questions in the past few days, so I thought I’d compile my posts on the topic. I think I might have written a few others, but I think these are the most helpful. Thanks for your questions! Understanding Your Antagonist I’ve been getting a lot of questions about how to make an antagonist realistic/relatable without excusing their bad behavior. Many of the questions are afraid that giving the antagonist back story isWeiterlesen
writeeveryday2015: Write about your favorite activities and hobbies as a child. Do you want to return to them in adulthood? How can you make that happen? Write about the self-doubts that keep returning. Write about a dream that keeps recurring. Write about what brings you comfort and calm. Write about your favorite activities to do alone. Write the truest sentence that you know. Write about the words you’d tell your 18-year-old self. Write about what you see in the mirror. Write aboutWeiterlesen
alloftheprompts: Every day is a story. You have no new messages. That’s been done before. Appearance is important. We need to talk and it’ll hurt. How can you tell? Don’t wait too long. You should feel bad. This is just incredible. You can’t prove otherwise.
rpmemes-galore: “The cake is a lie.” “Congratulations. Was it worth it?” “You’ve been wrong about every single thing you’ve ever done, including this thing!” “Don’t let that ‘horrible person’ thing discourage you.” “You’re not just a regular moron. You were designed to be a moron.” "Stay still, please!” "Happy Explosion Day, gorgeous! "Space! Space! Wanna go to space?!” ”I wish I could take it all back. I honestly do.” “I am genuinely sorry.”