Practical Creative Writing Exercises: Prompts, exercises, starters and writing information.

Practical Creative Writing Exercises: Prompts, exercises, starters and writing information.
: Grace Jolliffe
: Practical Creative Writing
: 111
: Non Fiction : General
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Struggling with writer’s block?

Stop staring at the blank screen because there is a more natural way to have great ideas.

Practical Creative Writing Exercises is brimming with beautiful and inspiring exercises that will start your ideas flowing in seconds.

Once you try these exercises, you won’t be able to stop writing because your imagination will be free and you will be inspired.

We are all inspired in different ways, and this book demonstrates the different paths you can take.

Methods include:

    Dramatic Situations
    Abstract Exercises
    Idea-generating Prompts
    Visual Exercises
    Story Starters
    Story endings and more.

All exercises and writing prompts were road tested with students of all ages, so you will find plenty to suit your unique needs.

Practical Creative Writing Exercises will stimulate ideas and make you productive whether you want to write novels, short stories, poetry, film scripts or even non-fiction like memoirs, blogging articles and essays.

We all have ideas, but sometimes life gets in the way - that's why these exercises were designed to free the mind from everyday concerns - allowing you to focus on writing and forget the rest.

Learn to Visualise.

Using these creative writing exercises will enable you to visualise. Visualisation is fundamental to writing.

Your mind begins to draw pictures, and your imagination will very quickly develop these pictures into words and the words into stories.

Stop that procrastinating and start your writing journey now. You will never be stuck for ideas again.

About The Author

Grace Jolliffe’s first novel, Piggy Monk Square, was shortlisted for the Commonwealth New Writers Prize and broadcast on RTE's Book on One.

Her writing is published in literary magazines as well as broadcast on TV and radio.

Grace used to teach scriptwriting and creative writing to keep her in teabags and electricity. Following a serious accident, she gave up teaching and now shares her knowledge on her writer's website:

Now very much recovered, Grace lives on Galway's Wild Atlantic Way surrounded by rocks, stones and roads to nowhere. 

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