So all of this is in your mind as a fabulous mulch and you have to bring it out. I did it by making lists of nouns and then asking, What does each noun mean?
you want to write about: life’s happenings, a tragedy in your life, a deep memoir, magic, advanced science, realistic contemporary stories, but you just can’t figure out how to go from the genre and character development to a writing a novel.
Some people don’t necessarily want to escape from this world.
All you need is one writing prompt to light your imaginative fire and you can burn through a book idea, formulating the plot and all with just a single prompt.
You can even write a powerful short story with a small prompt!
One thing I wish they had but it enough to effect the rating is the lack of names for non-human characters.
Susan Sontag argued that lists confer value and guarantee our existence.
I love that it has tons of words and things I can use at once so that I don’t have to go on google and type in every single one.
And most of the time I don’t know what to write about!
Mary Gnaedinger, at , took one look at my story and published it.
The tale was rejected by every science-fiction magazine because, after all, it was only a story about friendship being tested by circumstance, even though the circumstance was space travel.