Alternatively, you may imagine what the everyday objects in our lives might look like in a museum and what stories future generations will tell about them.
Think of some of the song lyrics you have mis-heard throughout the years.
All you need is one writing prompt to light your imaginative fire and you can burn through a book idea, formulating the plot and all with just a single prompt.
You can even write a powerful short story with a small prompt!
It's free and there are no rules other than to write for 30 minutes. Currently, Carlton helps businesses share their stories through social media and blogging.
Carlton Clark loves to write about business, baseball, and popular culture. When he’s not writing or creating content, Carlton coaches youth baseball at his local high school and plays guitar.
If you agree, and you’ve got a knack for storytelling, you might be looking to test your skills by writing funny short stories.
However, while we all enjoy a good chuckle, getting others to laugh through the written word is a lot easier said than done — and a big part of that challenge is finding the right premise to get started.
I had stopped using writing prompts after that 4th grade English class.
This changed once I began writing thousands of words per day. Other days, I already had a topic in hand, but I couldn’t find the words.