The next page offers a magic box which generates random titles and topic ideas for stories.
Random Word Generator: You are given a random name.
For an effective fiction writing prompt, you need to watch the development of story in novels, drams, plays and movies.
Not only is April National Card and Letter Writing Month, it’s National Poetry Month too!
Below the activities list are links to related resources. Write a poem about an activity you do every day, trying to capture the details so that a reader will really feel "there" with you.
We encourage you to send us your thoughts and feedback about these suggestions by visiting our feedback page. Listen to a poet reading his or her own poetry, such as Billy Collins.
Isnoop Net Fridge: A mash up of words which you can move around to form, get and build ideas for your stories and poems.
The tools is very effective if you are short on inspiration and creative writing ideas.
Prompts exist in various forms such as a short phrases, a singular word from the dictionary, a vision, a picture, any object or people around you, a memory from the past, an abstract concept or any idea from an incident or story etc.
Below are some examples of few writing prompts which you would find helpful when cranking up essays, poems, short stories and articles: Teacher’s Scholastic: The interface provides you the options to pre-select a level for your story.