A Year of Writing Prompts
At a Glance
It's time to have one of the most productive years of writing in your life. With 365 prompts to get the creativity flowing, writer's block will be no match for you. These exercises will act as your writing coach, helping you flex your creative writing muscle. A Year of Writing Prompts was written for writers, by writers, to help inspire you to break free from writer's block and continue to do what you love most.
Whether you're looking for general prompts or ideas specific to genres, this book provides a jumping off point for you every day of the year.
- Publisher Writer's Digest Books
- Date available: 09/01/2014
- Publication date: 09/01/2014
- Return policy: 30 days
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Meet the Author: Brian A. Klems
Brian A. Klems is the online editor of Writer's Digest magazine and is also a proud graduate of the E.W. Scripps journalism school at Ohio University.
Brian's first parenting humor book, OH BOY, YOU'RE HAVING A GIRL (Adams Media), was endorsed by Dave Barry and was called "laugh-out-loud funny" by the Chicago Tribune. Brian is a contributor to The Huffington Post, where his most popular piece, "The Letter Every Parent Should Write" was endorsed by the rockstar P!NK.
Meet the Author: Zachary Petit
Zachary Petit is the senior managing editor of HOW and Print magazines, an award-winning journalist and a lifelong literary and design nerd. Prior to joining HOW and Print, he was the longtime managing editor of Writer’s Digest magazine, and executive editor of several related newsstand titles.
Alongside the thousands of articles he has penned as a staff writer and editor, covering everything from the secret lives of mall Santas to creative legends, his words regularly appear in National Geographic Kids, and have also popped up in the pages of National Geographic, Melissa Rossi’s What Every American Should Know book series, McSweeney’s Internet...