As a writer I know that deep down each of us has stories worth telling. The writing prompts offered here will help you find your own special voice. Read them, let your mind wander freely and listen carefully to the voice within. Then begin writing. Don’t be afraid. Just write what you want to say. Amaze yourself!...
Create A Comic About Your Life Story
Select a character to represent you and speak for you as you talk about yourself, your life story and your interests. Introduce yourself, talk about who you are, what you do, what you’re interested in, what you like or don’t like.
If you came from another country, tell us where you’re from and what your life was like. Perhaps you’ll also want to use other characters in your comic strip to introduce family members or best friends. In your comic strip have the character talk or think about the important parts of your life that you want to share with others.
For ideas for more comic strip stories, go to: https://makebeliefscomix.com/story-ideas/
What is The Extraordinary Book You Hope to Discover?
A man who has worked in some of London’s best old bookstores writes about what a good bookstore should feel like. ’’I want dirt. I want chaos. I want, above all, mystery,’’ he says. ‘’I want to be able to step into a place and have the sense that there I’ll find a book, as yet unknown to me, which to some degree will change my life.’’
I think that is a hope we all have. What would such a book be like, according to your need?
Thie promt came from ideas in “A Factoturn in the Book Trade: A Memoir” by Marius Kociejowski
HOW ARE THE SCHOOL SHOOTINGS AFFECTING YOUR MENTAL HEALTH?
How is living through school lockdowns, hearing about mass shootings and experiencing regular shooter drills at schools affecting your mental health? What do you do to cope? What more can be done to make life better? Please look at this page as a safe one to express what is in your heart.
What Kind of Secret Nook Would You Like?
There is a new business which says it specializes in ”building ingeniously hidden rooms” for clients who crave ”a secret reading nook and that it only appears when you say the words ”Open Sesame’’’ The company said it could even place ‘’a door in a grandfather clock that led to a secret garden.’’ If you could afford to work with this business, where would you like to place your own hidden nook (maybe under your bed) and for what use would it play in your life? What magical words would you have to say to open the door to your secret place? Would you give this secret nook a special name?
(The idea for this writing prompts came from the book, ‘’Under Lock & Skeleton Key,’’ by Tempest Rajl.)