1,000 Creative Writing Prompts for Seasons: Ideas for Blogs, Scripts, Stories and More

There’s no worse feeling for a writer than running smack into a case of writer’s block. One of the best ways to get around the problem is to surround yourself with ideas. “1,000 Creative Writing Prompts for Seasons: Ideas for Blogs, Scripts, Stories and More” gives you exactly one thousand idea-generating prompts that focus on the coldest, warmest, toughest and funniest days of the four seasons. This book covers many different aspects of spring, summer, fall and winter including weather, nature, holidays, festivals, the five senses, science, literature, entertainment and more! These 1,000 prompts work for blogs, scripts, stories, poems, essays, songs and anything else that requires you to stare down writer’s block and put pen to paper anyway. Originally geared for the classroom, these prompts can be used by any writer from 5 to 105 to get the ideas they need when they need them. Author Bryan Cohen has written over a dozen books of writing prompts including “1,000 Character Writing Prompts: Villains, Heroes and Hams for Scripts, Stories and More,” “500 Writing Prompts for Kids: First Grade through Fifth Grade” and “The Writing Prompts Workbook Series.” His books have sold over 15,000 copies. He lives in Chicago.

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2 Responses to 1,000 Creative Writing Prompts for Seasons: Ideas for Blogs, Scripts, Stories and More

  1. J. Roberts says:

    1,000 prompts

  2. L. M. Wilson says:

    The Most Helpful Book I have Read in a Long Time I was given this book for free and politely asked if I would review it in return. Bryan, I am delighted to do so. As an avid reader and a very amateur writer who simply enjoys writing short stories, articles on topics of the day, poetry, private thoughts and so on; this book was such a pleasure to read. For me personally I found it inspirational. It excited me! I try to write something daily, be it just a few sentences or an actual short story et al and I confess there are times I just sit and…