30 Writing Prompts For When You Need A Creative Outlet
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30 Writing Prompts For When You Need A Creative Outlet

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30 Writing Prompts For When You Need A Creative Outlet
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Whether you're new to writing or a master, these prompts can get you started on pieces you can write for hours. Good-bye, writers' block!

Write a letter to your 12-year-old self.

Describe how you think your great-great-great grandparents met.

You come across the last book on earth.

Write about a time you were lost.

You meet an alien. Describe the interaction.

Write about your life if you went to Hogwarts.

The apocalypse is here! How do you survive?

Write about a time you were overwhelmed with emotion.

You live in the world of the movie "A Quiet Place." Describe your daily routine.

Write about the life of a struggling artist.

Write about the person you admire most.

You find out your "parents" are actually robots. What now?

Write a child-friendly version of a part of history.

Describe the last time you came to a sudden realization.

Turn the last song you listened to into a story.

Write about your earliest memory.

You suddenly have the power to visit others' dreams. Who do you see first?

Write about what happens when the villain of a story falls in love with the hero. 

You find out that your best friend is actually a werewolf.

Describe a day in the life of your pet.

Write about a couple reminiscing on their "love-at-first-sight" moment.

You are now a superhero. Describe your reaction.

Write about the life of a modern witch.

Write about something you feel motivated about.

At birth, you are given a glowing necklace. Each person has one soulmate with the matching piece.

If you were forced to wear a warning label, what would yours say?

You send a confidential text to the wrong person.

A couple that moves into a haunted house.

You wake up with amnesia, only carrying a lighter and a book titled "Witchcraft for Dummies." What do you do next?

You find a copy of your family tree. A name has been blacked out.

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