This past summer for my birthday, my dad got me a writing journal.
It’s called 642 Things To Write About, Young Writer’s Edition. I’d like to share a couple of the stories I wrote with it:
What’s something you can do better than anyone else? Write a how-to guide about it.
Note: I changed it some, for copyright.
When I write, it takes me to another world. I cannot quite describe it.
First, I get inspiration. Pinterest, daily events, or my overactive imagination.
Second, I think about it for a day. Who are the characters? What are their motivations and challenges?
Third, I write down the story of how they meet and overcome that challenge.
Fourth, I edit it. Would it sound better if I worded so-and-so differently?
Fifth, I share it. Reading is magical, and no one should miss out on it.
It was a fundraiser for the foster home.
I was cooking like crazy along with 10 other kids in my class. The demand was extremely high. We were going to make lots of money for the foster home! When I walked out of the kitchen, I heard a scream in the distance that explained everything:
I think this book is really cool and a good gift for a writer. There are a lot of fun prompts for the bored writer. I give this 4/5 stars, since some of the shorter prompts don’t have lines, so it’s harder to write, but other than that it’s amazing. Thumbs up.