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Even the best writers occasionally struggle to find the right words for their stories. Sometimes a plot doesn't seem to move along as quickly as it should or a story just doesn't seem to work "right." Maybe you're having a difficult time figuring out what your character should say next. Maybe you're having a difficult time creating characters at all.
Regardless of how far along you are in your story, 99 Prompts for Romance Writers offers just that: 99 short prompts to get you thinking, exploring, and, most of all, writing.
Another one that I managed to pick up as a free Kindle download (and featured as a Daily Selection on the Blog) in July 2013.
At the time of writing this post, it's available HERE at a listed price of 77p (free for Prime Members).
105 pages in length.
Reference Book for Writing Prompts
Having quickly read through it, I can see that this will be an enormously useful tool to use. Lots of contemporary prompts, but a few that could also be considered historical prompts, or indeed, used as such.
Even some of the contemporary prompts could be adjusted.
I was little disappointed that there were a couple of mistakes that I noticed whilst reading it. However, as I didn't have my notebook to hand, I failed to make a full note of them.
It was so quick to read, that I will go back shortly and take a note of them to add to the Errors/Bug Bears section.
Obviously, this is only going to be useful if you are already a writer, or wish to start writing. However, that having been said, it would prove useful fodder for some short stories in particular.
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There were a few - please bear with me whilst I re-read it at a later date to add them.