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Do you want to write a bone-chilling horror story? This booklet contains 100 writing prompts to help spark your inspiration. Do you feel that novel burning inside you but are unsure where to begin? Are you an established horror author looking for a fresh new idea? If you're ready to stop staring at the blank page and start writing NOW, 100 Horror Writing Prompts is the b Do you want to write a bone-chilling horror story? This booklet contains 100 writing prompts to help spark your inspiration. Do you feel that novel burning inside you but are unsure where to begin? Are you an established horror author looking for a fresh new idea? If you're ready to stop staring at the blank page and start writing NOW, 100 Horror Writing Prompts is the booklet for you. There's no fluff and no wasted words – just 100 fiction prompts to get you back to what you do best: writing. 100 Horror Writing Prompts is the tenth in a series of 10 writing prompts booklets. It’s packed with character- and story-focused prompts to jumpstart your fiction writing. Each prompt has been carefully designed to address the motifs of horror fiction – from terrifying creatures to spooky haunted houses to bloody death scenes. Inside, you'll find prompts on the following subgenres: 1. Creepy Kids 2. Dark Fantasy 3. Dark Mystery 4. Fabulist 5. Hauntings 6. Monsters 7. Occult 8. Psychological Horror 9. Quiet Horror 10. Splatter Each section contains 10 thought-provoking prompts. Practice them in order, or dive right into to what inspires you most. You've already wasted enough energy on writer's block. It's time to get started on your next great horror story. Make your readers afraid of the dark. Buy 100 Horror Writing Prompts today. Want even more inspiration? Check out 1,000 Genre Fiction Writing Prompts to Inspire Your Stories and Novels and SAVE 60% on the complete Fiction Ideas series. SAMPLE PROMPTS Dark Mystery Your character receives an email that reads: I’m going to kill you. At first, she dismisses it as a cruel prank. However, she receives more emails, each revealing a clue about the murder (hints/riddles about time, location, weapon, method, etc.). She shows the emails and her computer to the authorities, but they cannot identify the sender. How can your character unravel the clues and figure out her would-be murderer’s identity and plan? How can she prepare herself for the fight of her life? What happens if she gets one of the details wrong? Monsters Take zombies to the next (terrifying) level by giving them an ability or drive that they do not typically possess in fiction. For example, perhaps zombies retain speech to taunt or fool the living, exhibit other carnal human desires, or possess basic logic or common sense (as opposed to being completely brain-dead). How would these skills or desires change the way zombies hunt humans and vice versa? What skills must your character develop to survive the zombie threat? NOTE FROM THE AUTHOR If you're in a creative rut, know that I've been there, too. I spent far too long struggling with my inability to write, and it negatively affected several aspects of my life. That's why I wrote 100 Horror Writing Prompts – because I know what it's like to feel creatively empty, and I want to help other writers beat their own blocks. In this booklet, I've combined techniques from my days in university (I hold a Bachelor of Arts in Creative Writing) with the real-world lessons I learned from writing my own fiction novels. The result? A list of 100 prompts to get your creative gears spinning.


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Do you want to write a bone-chilling horror story? This booklet contains 100 writing prompts to help spark your inspiration. Do you feel that novel burning inside you but are unsure where to begin? Are you an established horror author looking for a fresh new idea? If you're ready to stop staring at the blank page and start writing NOW, 100 Horror Writing Prompts is the b Do you want to write a bone-chilling horror story? This booklet contains 100 writing prompts to help spark your inspiration. Do you feel that novel burning inside you but are unsure where to begin? Are you an established horror author looking for a fresh new idea? If you're ready to stop staring at the blank page and start writing NOW, 100 Horror Writing Prompts is the booklet for you. There's no fluff and no wasted words – just 100 fiction prompts to get you back to what you do best: writing. 100 Horror Writing Prompts is the tenth in a series of 10 writing prompts booklets. It’s packed with character- and story-focused prompts to jumpstart your fiction writing. Each prompt has been carefully designed to address the motifs of horror fiction – from terrifying creatures to spooky haunted houses to bloody death scenes. Inside, you'll find prompts on the following subgenres: 1. Creepy Kids 2. Dark Fantasy 3. Dark Mystery 4. Fabulist 5. Hauntings 6. Monsters 7. Occult 8. Psychological Horror 9. Quiet Horror 10. Splatter Each section contains 10 thought-provoking prompts. Practice them in order, or dive right into to what inspires you most. You've already wasted enough energy on writer's block. It's time to get started on your next great horror story. Make your readers afraid of the dark. Buy 100 Horror Writing Prompts today. Want even more inspiration? Check out 1,000 Genre Fiction Writing Prompts to Inspire Your Stories and Novels and SAVE 60% on the complete Fiction Ideas series. SAMPLE PROMPTS Dark Mystery Your character receives an email that reads: I’m going to kill you. At first, she dismisses it as a cruel prank. However, she receives more emails, each revealing a clue about the murder (hints/riddles about time, location, weapon, method, etc.). She shows the emails and her computer to the authorities, but they cannot identify the sender. How can your character unravel the clues and figure out her would-be murderer’s identity and plan? How can she prepare herself for the fight of her life? What happens if she gets one of the details wrong? Monsters Take zombies to the next (terrifying) level by giving them an ability or drive that they do not typically possess in fiction. For example, perhaps zombies retain speech to taunt or fool the living, exhibit other carnal human desires, or possess basic logic or common sense (as opposed to being completely brain-dead). How would these skills or desires change the way zombies hunt humans and vice versa? What skills must your character develop to survive the zombie threat? NOTE FROM THE AUTHOR If you're in a creative rut, know that I've been there, too. I spent far too long struggling with my inability to write, and it negatively affected several aspects of my life. That's why I wrote 100 Horror Writing Prompts – because I know what it's like to feel creatively empty, and I want to help other writers beat their own blocks. In this booklet, I've combined techniques from my days in university (I hold a Bachelor of Arts in Creative Writing) with the real-world lessons I learned from writing my own fiction novels. The result? A list of 100 prompts to get your creative gears spinning.

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