Well, another summer has come and gone — fall is officially here.  Fall usually means sweater weather and cookies because we don’t have to  face our bikini body for 9 months, but this year I’m adding writing to the  list.  Whether you’re starting a new story, slaving away at that first draft, or  revising your manuscript like me, the fall is a great time to refuel your  creative juices and focus on your novel.  Here are 5 writing prompts to help you get started.

5 Writing Prompts to Get You Writing Today

Prompt -- you have the ability to freeze time. when you do, everyone freezes as well. one day, you freeze time, and out the window, you see a girl moving around

Prompt -- you have the ability to freeze time. one day, you freeze time, and out the window, you see a girl moving around<<<<<<that was literally my story idea from like two years ago what

Yesterday, humanity discovered how to send objects back in time. Today, you receive a package from yourself.

I never liked time travel. But it was so tempting. The ripped brown packaging, showing a tiny bit of what was in it. Oh, what could happen?

A woman in an apartment visible from yor window has been flirting with you for the past few months. Finally, tonight, she holds up a sign indicating her apartment number. Too bad this is a horror story and not a romance.

WRITING PROMPT: A woman in an apartment visible from your window has been flirting with you for the past few months. Finally, tonight, she holds up a sign indicating her apartment number. Too bad this is a horror story and not a romance.

Prompt -- It's been so long, that no one knows why the walls were built. Nobody wants to leave.

No one dares to even mention the barren Badlands. The single greatest gift given to us by our savage ancestors.

Prompt -- we found her when we raided the compound. DNA tests show that no one there is biologically related to her

writing prompt - We found her when we raided the compound DNA tests show that there is no one biologically related to her

She burst from the tree line, and the moment she saw the group, she threw her hands up and screamed "Not infected!'

Not infected!

Writing prompt - She burst from the treeline and the moment she saw the group, she threw her hands up and screamed ‘Not Infected!

You decide to use your phone's new app to record sound while you're asleep. What does it hear? - My sister told me I was talking in my sleep. I meant to prove her wrong. I don't think I should be glad that I did...

You decide to use your phone's new app to record sound while you're asleep. - My sister told me I was talking in my sleep. I meant to prove her wrong. I don't think I should be glad that I did.

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