I recently realized that a lot of the tips I share can be applied to most genres, but are often suited for writing romance. Usually, when I come up with a prompt, I’m also thinking of a romantic relationship or at least the possibility of one. To switch things up a bit, here are five non-romantic plots/subplots for you to use: Continue reading
Spring: a new beginning, the world waking up from a winter slumber… But Continue reading
Usually, when you sit down to write, you have a goal in mind: a chapter or two, or at least half a chapter. So there you are, your fingers hovering over the keyboard and… You are stuck Continue reading
Since it’s February, there will be a lot of romance prompts for you to find online, so Continue reading
One of the reasons why a story can seem flat is because the characters lack motivation. To help you with that, I’ll be listing twenty things that can serve as character motivation.
Positive motivations: Continue reading
It’s the first Writing Wednesdays prompt for the year; are we going with something fancy? Continue reading
Have you ever been so tired that you stopped caring?
And now so has your character.
In fact, they are so tired that Continue reading
Write a scary story Continue reading
My characters want things. A lot of things, sometimes. But if I just keep having them say “I want, I want, I want”, they’d sound like spoiled brats; also, “want” sometimes just doesn’t cover it.
Today I’m going to give you seven verbs that can replace “want” in your writing and pack a punch while they’re at it.
The words are Continue reading
In my country September is known for several things. For one, the weather cools and fall replaces summer; for another: the school year starts. In honor of the later, I have a back to school prompt for you Continue reading