Fun Creative Writing Exercises

Start a new story about something completely different, simply using that first line. You never know when you will be inspired by a story you previously felt you could not finish.

Or you might be able to take partial stories and make an entirely new one.

Summergathered in the weather, the wind had the proper touch, the breathing of the world waslong and warm and slow. The creepy one, say you are on a bus, riding home or to work, or you are in a restaurant, or you sit in a park and you eat your lunch, meanwhile other people around you talking. because you get to study the text very carefully in order to translate it correctly, this is a good tool to write in the future yourself.

Ray Bradbury “Dandelion wine”Imagine how you would tell your story with this sentense? So you have some boundaries in this exercises, meaning you write not from a scratch, but have some basis. There, this is an exercise, Try to imagine, what she could have done [daughter], name her, or maybe it’s not Her problem but her father works too much, or drinks too much, or maybe he is a step dad, or they don’t have a mother. Yes, I understand that most of the writers are from USA, UK — where people use english, but try something from classic, say French writer - Alexander Duma, or italian Durante degli Alighieri, etc.

Find out more about drama and the art of dramatic writing with lessons on character, plot and dramatic structure.

The exercises below are designed to help beginning writers with specific essential story elements, such as character development, plot, and description.

Well, I’m more practical person, so I will share a lot of exercises, keep up.

So, say you have a problem and you don’t know how solve it, you reach the Bible (usual choice), or your favorite book, you open random page and push your finger in a sentence and with sweating forehead you read it, hoping with the core of your heart that this is an answer.

Coming up with a new short story idea doesn't have to be painful, however.

Outlined below are some short story exercises designed to get you writing—and hopefully on your way to a new short story.


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