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  “You don’t start out writing good stuff. You start out writing crap and thinking it’s good stuff, and then gradually you get better at it. That’s why I say one of the most valuable traits is persistence.” ― Octavia E. Butler “And by the way, everything in life is writable about if you have…

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Prompt #11: The Blue Planet

Genre: Science Fiction   Your character lives on a planet other than Earth. In fact, they don’t even know Earth exists. Well, they didn’t until a space mission went horribly wrong and their pod ended up crashing on Earth. What is this weird planet? How do people here not know what lies in the darkness…

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Prompt #10: Grim Reaper

Genre: Fantasy/Paranormal    I’ve hated myself for too long, but apparently nothing can put an end to my misery. How ironic is it that the one who craves death more than anything, is the Grim Reaper himself?   Please feel free to share the whatever you could come up with this prompt in the comments…

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Prompt #9 – Less Alive

Genre: Fantasy/Horror  Your imaginary friends are turning real day by day. Only, the more real they are, the less alive you feel. Please feel free to share the whatever you could come up with this prompt in the comments below, we’d be happy to see!

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Prompt #7 – The Duplicate

Genre: Science Fiction/ Thriller   “I’m the copy of the copy. The original piece is in the lab, they’re about to destroy it.” “So you’re here to save it?” “No. I want to make sure they destroy it.” “Because…?” “That version is the cuter me.”   Please feel free to share the whatever you could…

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Prompt #4

Genre: Fantasy One fine afternoon, you fall asleep on your writing desk. The next thing you know is that you’re stuck inside your own story, and every character inside the story has been replaced by a contrasting personality from your own world.   Please feel free to share the whatever you could come up with…

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Prompt #3

Genre: Drama/Humor  Character “A” has double personality type that they’re unaware of. The twist is that the personality is always different when using a particular object associated with them. Like a reading glass for example; the person is their usual self with the glasses on and a completely different person without them.  What happens when…