Creative Writing Prompts to Awaken Even Dead Creative People

If you like a little foreplay to get your motor running, have some fun with these. Don’t say we didn’t warn you that they are what we like to call, “outside the mainstream” where we live. Who do you really, really detest? Why, and what might you do about it someday. Think up your own version of The Great Train Robbery and write down the plan. Then build a novel around the heist. Sure, heist stories have been written before

Creative Writing Exercises for Advanced Writers

[et_pb_section admin_label=”section”] [et_pb_row admin_label=”row”] [et_pb_column type=”4_4″] [et_pb_text admin_label=”Text”] Creative Writing Exercises by Gwyni L’Pouh Green Beloved Fellow Writing Fanatics: The following really difficult writing situations are designed to get you thinking about how to apply the salient plethora of writing tools and strategies you have to various pretend real life writing scenarios. I made the…

How to do Persuasive Writing

Two more pitfalls, far more serious than a faulty premise or two, are fallacious argument and propaganda, both deadly poison to the successful persuasion. Currently, there is so much propaganda and fallacious argument in our popular culture. It would seem that it is the only kind of argument is the dirty, nasty, ill-mannered kind.