Creative Writing Activities I've had several requests to write a page outlining creative writing activities or creative writing exercises for use in a classroom or workshop situation, so this area is for teachers and others who need new challenges and inspiration for their students or workshop participants. Some of them may be adapted for use as online exercises. I hope the creative writing ideas here can also be of use to writers looking for warm up exercises or story starters. You'll find many more ideas under two separate but related pages:
Creative Writing Made Easy Welcome! This website provides creative writing prompts, topics, tips, ideas and outlines to help you put pen to paper.
No more writers' block! Businessman, high school pupils, college pupils, teachers and even professional writers will find the information useful, comprehensive and easy to follow in a step-by-step format. Writing is not a skill that comes easily to everyone, but the truth is that we must all write something at some point in our lives.
It could be a letter of complaint, your memoir, a bestseller or some copywriting material for your business website. Anything gets better with practice. I write something everyday, and still can't whip up anything without wrestling my thoughts onto the paper.
I am continually on the lookout for creative writing tips, guidelines and ideas to help make this process easier and this led to the birth of creativewriting-prompts.
A personal reference source to help make my daily tasks easier. I hope you will discover some useful information within it's pages to help you.
My intention is to provide practical, step-by-step processes to make writing easier. I still think there is a book inside me just waiting to be written.
I start struggling when it comes to the topic and find myself procrastinating for hours before I even start to write.
So I naturally loved David Finkle's ideas on how to choose the right topic. This website is your writing toolbox.
Visit it often and browse through the various topics until you find just the right tool.I love to write creative writing prompts.
For over seven years, I have been coming up with new ideas every week for The Write Prompts.. Here, I do the same, only these are all starter or "continue on" writing prompts.
Use the five senses to create dazzling sentence starters. "Show don't tell!" Bring characters,conflict and settings to life in your stories by using sensory details.
Writing prompts are useful because we know sometimes it can be hard to think of what to write about! To help you brainstorm, we put together this list of creative writing prompts to give you something to write about daily.
Scroll down to find six different categories of writing starters: first lines, thinking about your character, connect the random words–or not, writing prompts and questions, dialogue prompts, story titles. The Online Writing Lab (OWL) at Purdue University houses writing resources and instructional material, and we provide these as a free service of the Writing Lab at Purdue.
Here are some creative writing prompts we've developed that you may find useful. We'll be adding to these periodically, so check back often. These have been compiled by many people, please feel free to contact us if you think of any.
We'll be happy to add them.