Poetry/Writing Prompts

FREE eBook–“The Authors Publish Compendium of Writing Prompts” (download free until March 26, 2017)

Thanks to Authors Publish for sharing this free eBook! Just click the link below and enter your email address to download the PDF. (I’ve not noticed any additional junkmail since I first signed up.)

Most of their eBooks are only free for a limited time, so download them sooner than later when you get the email announcements of a new free eBook. You can also follow them on Facebook for other writerly tips and news.

The Authors Publish Compendium of Writing Prompts by Emily Harstone is FREE to download until March 26, 2017. The book begins with an introduction giving the basics on the benefits of using writing prompts and is then carefully organized into chapter and types of prompts, including:

  • regular writing prompts
  • classic prompts
  • prompts for novelists
  • prompts for poets
  • prompts for creative nonfiction writers
  • prompts focused on craft
  • prompts for groups
  • visual prompts

Whether you’re a poet, prose writer, or both, don’t limit yourself to the prompts described for the genre in which you’re currently working. For example, I’ve often found that creative nonfiction prompts work great for poetry, and vice versa.

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5 replies »

  1. Trish, i believe the download page for the book has been hacked. I downloaded it to the Google play store E-book reader and got flashing virus warning, “three viruses.” It might be the app though. If it’s possible, I’ll contact google as well.

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