Excellent places to cure writer's block
February 10, 2007 1:26pm CST
I was looking around online and came across a place where you can exercise you mind with prompts. Writing in response to prompts is a good way to clear out the cobwebs and get your creative juices flowing. Try looking at these links to get something cooking! General Prompts http://www.writersdigest.com/writingprompts.asp Quotes http://www.quotationspage.com/qotd.html Political quotes http://politicalwire.com/archives/2007/02/02/quote_of_the_day.html
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10 Feb 07
I think we all neeed a little help once in awhile when it comes to getting the creative juices flowing. I need to rewrite my novel and so far haven't been able to get myself interested in sucha big project. I'll check out the sites you mentioned.
11 Feb 07
well hang in there Vicar, when you finally have that rewritten it would be awesome to have a "sneak peek" at the works! I just might be chatting with the next pulitzer prize winner! (don't mind the spelling, my brain is on overload tonight! lol) Take care and have fun! SheMatrix
11 Feb 07
Thank you for the suggestions. I have made a note of them. Sometimes when my creative juices have stopped, I just take pen and pad out to nature I usually get inspired by the beauty that surrounds me. I had joined a creative writing group online and I printed out the lessons. Any time I am stuck, I get out a prompt from one of the lessons and just let my pen go with the flow. I don't know if Julie still has the group going or not but I could find out if anyone is interested.
11 Feb 07
I hope you won't consider this spam as i don't mean it to appear that way at all. I run a community which is aimed at keeping writers writing and artists artistic. I've got some great people bhind me and you and others may find it useful. www.poetryartonline.com =) i'll check your links thank you for sharing them. ~joey