How do you find more inspiration right now?
How do you discipline yourself to write even when you’re busy?
What do you do about writer’s block?
14 Prompts solves problems that plague every writer. Readers have said again and again that it’s a perfect blend between inspiring art and practical advice. If you follow these prompts, one per day, in two weeks you will be a better, more inspired writer.
About 14 Prompts
This eBook is meant to inspire you, teach you, and then set you loose to write something remarkable.
The writing prompts and chapters are based off the best of thewritepractice.com, edited, expanded, and framed by a never-before-seen introduction and conclusion.
Most collections of writing prompts have hundreds or even thousands of prompts. Why does this book only have fourteen? This book isn’t meant to be a random list of ideas to begin your novel, it’s meant to inspire you to a whole new way of seeing your writing and even your life.
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Are You Inspired?
True inspiration is a rare thing. I have found that I am most inspired when I am able to let go, take a deep breath, and open my eyes to see the world around me.
My hope is that 14 Prompts will inspire you, that it will allow you to let go, that it will enable you to see the world as if for the first time. My hope is that it will make you a more productive, more creative writer.
If you’ve read 14 Prompts, how did it inspire you? Feel free to share your thoughts in the comments.