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Don’t you just hate writer’s block? Some say it’s a disease that only creative workers succumb to. Some say it’s a curse. Others argue that it doesn’t exist at all. But just about everyone has been there sitting in front of a blank screen, fingers itching to create a masterpiece. And nothing happens.

For me, the most bizarre thing about writer’s block is that it strikes randomly. Most of the time, I’m overwhelmed with more ideas than I can possibly write about. But then I’ll sit down to write and my mind goes blank. Sure, I flip through my notebooks and review all the ideas I’ve stockpiled, but nothing feels right. I want something fresh. I need a new angle.

More writing activities! Here are ideas that will kick-start writing with kids. They''''''''re written for families to do, but will work in the classroom, too:

• Round Robin Stories
• Wacky Headlines
• Invent a World

Posted by Melissa Donovan on October 21, 2014 ·

25 creative writing prompts to inspire and motivate you.

Don’t you just hate writer’s block? Some say it’s a disease that only creative workers succumb to. Some say it’s a curse. Others argue that it doesn’t exist at all. But just about everyone has been there sitting in front of a blank screen, fingers itching to create a masterpiece. And nothing happens.

Creative Writing Prompts for Preschool, Kindergarten, 1st, and 2nd Grade. These FREE Writing Prompts are perfect for homeschoolers in the fall or spring as.

More writing activities! Here are ideas that will kick-start writing with kids. They''''''''''''''''re written for families to do, but will work in the classroom, too:

• Round Robin Stories
• Wacky Headlines
• Invent a World

Posted by Melissa Donovan on October 21, 2014 ·

25 creative writing prompts to inspire and motivate you.

Don’t you just hate writer’s block? Some say it’s a disease that only creative workers succumb to. Some say it’s a curse. Others argue that it doesn’t exist at all. But just about everyone has been there sitting in front of a blank screen, fingers itching to create a masterpiece. And nothing happens.

Hmm. hold on, let me channel my funniness. okay well i guess i m just gonna have to ad-lib: "Starting over again was the hardest thing he had ever done in his life" this could be about, well, anything. A kid moving to another school, city, state, etc. Or maybe he just has to forget about an ex girlfriend. "He hated to admit it, but whar he really felt at the funeral more than anything else was boredom." Perfect, his great-aunt that he never met died. and while he feels sad for the people around him, he doesnt see why HE had to make the 5 hour trip to the funeral. It s not like his mom was THAT close to Aunt Gertrude (or whatever name you want to call her) But even though he s bored at the funeral he sees something. or someone. you can make this go sooo many ways. maybe he sees his great aunts ghosts. WHAM- paranormal mystery or while he is in the city he notices a girl thar catches his eye- BOOM romantic comedy hmm. i like the 2nd idea better. if you dont use it, i will! lol answer mine please? http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index;_ylt=AgdZzbwz.Ej7mCYp.MpPSzzty6IX;_ylv=3?qid=20110124155812AAsPx2E

As weird as I may be for doing this, it helps me. When I m stuck, I put myself into my characters position and let their mind "take over". Be a kid again and imagine that you re there, in your book. start from where you left off and act your way through it. If you re creative enough to write, you re creative enough to act! To quote Nike, just do it! How can you have your characters move when you don t? Be your character. The best part about being an author is not having to think on your feet. It s kind of like having an argument and then thinking of good comebacks after but you can actually use those comebacks.

More writing activities! Here are ideas that will kick-start writing with kids. They''''re written for families to do, but will work in the classroom, too:

• Round Robin Stories
• Wacky Headlines
• Invent a World

Posted by Melissa Donovan on October 21, 2014 ·

25 creative writing prompts to inspire and motivate you.

Don’t you just hate writer’s block? Some say it’s a disease that only creative workers succumb to. Some say it’s a curse. Others argue that it doesn’t exist at all. But just about everyone has been there sitting in front of a blank screen, fingers itching to create a masterpiece. And nothing happens.

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More writing activities! Here are ideas that will kick-start writing with kids. They''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''re written for families to do, but will work in the classroom, too:

• Round Robin Stories
• Wacky Headlines
• Invent a World

Posted by Melissa Donovan on October 21, 2014 ·

25 creative writing prompts to inspire and motivate you.

Don’t you just hate writer’s block? Some say it’s a disease that only creative workers succumb to. Some say it’s a curse. Others argue that it doesn’t exist at all. But just about everyone has been there sitting in front of a blank screen, fingers itching to create a masterpiece. And nothing happens.

Creative Writing prompts



A collection of creative writing prompts to trigger rich experiences, memories and ideas to get your writing process started. Sometimes, all we need is the match to light the fire and the spark to give the flame.

The direction you take these writing prompts is totally up to you. You can use them to free-associate or brainstorm other ideas;you can substitute other words. One of these creative writing prompts might serve as the opening line of your novel, essay or be the topic for a poem.

More writing activities! Here are ideas that will kick-start writing with kids. They''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''re written for families to do, but will work in the classroom, too:

• Round Robin Stories
• Wacky Headlines
• Invent a World

Posted by Melissa Donovan on October 21, 2014 ·

25 creative writing prompts to inspire and motivate you.

Don’t you just hate writer’s block? Some say it’s a disease that only creative workers succumb to. Some say it’s a curse. Others argue that it doesn’t exist at all. But just about everyone has been there sitting in front of a blank screen, fingers itching to create a masterpiece. And nothing happens.

Creative Writing prompts



A collection of creative writing prompts to trigger rich experiences, memories and ideas to get your writing process started. Sometimes, all we need is the match to light the fire and the spark to give the flame.

The direction you take these writing prompts is totally up to you. You can use them to free-associate or brainstorm other ideas;you can substitute other words. One of these creative writing prompts might serve as the opening line of your novel, essay or be the topic for a poem.