You might not believe this, but ideas are all around us. In the things we see and the things we hear. In the people we meet and the places we go. If you’re open to it, inspiration is everywhere. But sometimes it’s hard to capture those ideas and turn them into something we can use.
If you feel bored or run out of ideas, or just wan to try writing on something new, this list of writing prompts should give you a small boost.
Remember, this list is not meant to be comprehensive, but to provide you with a jumping-off point for you to create your own essays, stories, screenplays, social media posts, or blog posts.
What’s the story you’re going to tell? Everyone has one. And while some people find it easier to put their thoughts into words than others, with a little imagination and creativity, anyone can be a good writer.
If you’re someone who loves to write but is struggling to come up with ideas for what to write about, never fear! Here are 33 story ideas to get you started.
When it comes to intersting things to write about in history, there are endless possibilities. Because of that fact, it’s a bit overwhelming to get started. If you’re looking for some inspiration for your next historical writing project, here are a few ideas to get you started.
Being courageous is not about being fearless. It’s about having the strength to face your fears and do what’s right, even when it’s hard. Courage is about standing up for what you believe in, even when others are against you. It’s about doing what’s right, even when it’s not easy.
Courage is not the absence of fear, but the strength to face it. Inspiration is what allows us to stand up against our fears and do what is right, even when it is hard. It is the quality that allows us to face our challenges and overcome them.
With these writing prompts that show courage and inspiration, you’ll find examples to build upon and to craft a story about others standing up in the face of adversity.
Use these to write your next essay, short story, or blog post
If you are looking for something to write about that will get your readers in a funk, well (unfortunately) this list is for you.
This list of sad and depressing topics is perfect for essays or stories that you want to make your readers feel down. From death and loss, to addiction and mental illness, these topics will leave your readers feeling sad and despondent.
If you’re all set to depress your audience, I don’t know what to tell you (in all seriousness: there is hope!), but you can use one of these topics in your next writing project, poem, song, or art.