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Prompt Me Horror & Thriller: Creative Writing Workbook & Journal

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A large variety of all new pictures and creative writing prompts for maximum inspiration.

Photo Prompts
Story Starters
First Person
Third Person
Fill-In the Blank
Dialogue Prompts
Use This Phrase
Generate It
Make it Creepy
Stock It Up
Who Dunnit?
And more!
Plus valuable reference resources and master lists

This workbook is great for:
Writers who need to banish writer's block
Teachers who need bell activities
Someone who wants daily writing prompts
Homeschool parents who want fun curriculum
Screenwriters who want inspiration for scripts
People who need a gift for a writer or English teacher
Anyone who wants to ignite creativity and improve writing
This workbook is clean enough for teens and sophisticated for seasoned writers.

170 pages, Paperback

Published September 15, 2019

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Robin Woods

19 books329 followers
Robin Woods is a former high school and university instructor with two and a half decades of experience teaching English, literature, and writing. She earned a BA in English and an MA in Education.

In addition to teaching, Robin Woods has published six highly-rated novels, eight creative writing workbooks, and has multiple projects in the works.

When Ms. Woods isn’t teaching or writing, she is chasing her two kids around and spending time with her ever-patient husband.

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February 9, 2020
Over 300 prompts to jump start your horror or thriller story! There really is something for everyone in this workbook. Whether you are more inspired by traditional types of prompts (the first couple sentences of a story or a story premise) or you need a little bit more adventurous ways to get your creative juices flowing (pictures, dialogue, fun story idea generators), this journal has what you have been looking for. With plenty of room to write, this book is easy to take with you on the go or to keep next to your computer for your regular writing time. The back is full of helpful resources about the horror and thriller genres, ideas for developing your characters, and synonym lists to make your writing more varied and vibrant. I highly recommend this workbook for any writer, seasoned and stuck or just starting out.
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April 4, 2020
Robin Wood’s Prompt Me: Horror & Thriller edition is chock full of creative writing prompts, exercises, fun games, and plenty of space to write down all the words. The author even uses her own photography skills to deliver pictorial prompts, which are rich in depth and loaded with thought-provoking elements. The reference section is a boon, as well, to any writer needing a quick go-to for building stories. Overall, this workbook/journal is well-done!
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