Creative Writing Story StartersWriting creative story starters
Be creative with these story starters. You' re a story teller? You want to be a story teller? When you are interested in writing fictions, shorts or fictions, you will need many good things, especially if you want to be a professional writer. There are some of us with too many or not enough of them.
We may have a good story to tell, but something is lacking. Perhaps the scenery or the story board is not wealthy enough. Maybe your story doesn't have that topic. Story-starters are a great way to get brainstorming skills for writing storylines, but they can also be used to create brainstorming skills for enhancing storylines that are already in progress.
Today I want to divide twenty-five storytellers. Use these story starters to create a new story or to bring new live to a story you are already working on. You can use them to create what you want - flashy fictions, shorts or a novel. There is a politically governed state in the whole wide globe, but sometimes commoners get into politics' dramas and intrigues.
Have a look at the way we are living in the future. Some places are quite good. However, in other places it is hard for most peoples to survive, especially where there is a great deal of injustice, impoverishment and overcrowding. Suppose it goes into the loft, just to find out that it is a gateway to a magical and monstrous underworld.
Strangers seldom leave their once deserted house except to buy food and odd provisions from the locals' hardware stores, and city dwellers think something is wrong. The protagonist has succeeded, after working for years, in retiring to buy a condominium on a small exotic isle where he or she wants to compose a novel.
However, weird things happen - things get lost, there are scary sounds, and our characters feel like they are being observed all the time. We' re gonna get the response when the ghosts get there. One young pair thinks that their fairytale has come to fruition and they will be happy until the end of their days.
Once a baby finds out that both of his or her partners are unemployed and the whole household has to move in with their grandchildren, he or she chooses to resolve the issue by launching the advanced model of a soda pop stall - an onliner. A dream comes truer when a nursed baby is adopted.
This protagonist gets a curious legacy from an unidentified dead relative: a keychain without a passe. Ever written story starters or prompt? How can you find inspirations for writing literature? Shared your thoughts and experience by posting a review and continue writing.