This class focuses on exercises, ideas and prompts that will hopefully kick-start your muse.
Many of my students have told me they have trouble coming up with ideas for short stories, and even novels too. In fact, a few even asked if I could offer them some clues as to what they should write about.
It got me thinking that perhaps lack of story ideas is the number reason many people, even those with a strong desire to write a book, don’t actually do it. So I began a weekly feature on my writing blog called Monday Writing Prompts (now Wednesday Writing Prompts), and was amazed how many people started following along.
In this class you’ll not only find prompts and ideas, but plot scenarios and story fragments. There’s a lesson where I’ve given you a last, first, and any line to jumpstart your story. I’ve even included a lesson devoted to weird celebration days which I admit was my favorite one to create. To round things off, there are two lessons with attachments containing photos and short action videos to spark even more story ideas.
So if the muse is in need of little coaxing let’s get started-
If you have any questions about this class please contact Susan at firstname.lastname@example.org
Intended Audience: Writers and authors, both beginning and established