Writing Prompts For Summer Stories By Christina Katz

June 11, 2015

Writing Prompts For Summer Stories 2/16 Web ImageWriting Prompts For Summer Stories,
200 Words & 7 Ways To Make The Most Of Them
So You Can Write Your Heart Out All Year Long
By Christina Katz

Have you ever wished you could have all of your writing prompts in one place so they could keep you writing no matter what the time of year?

Well, look no further. I’ve done all the prep work for you!

Writing Prompts For Summer Stories is a collection of 200 seasonal words that will prompt a myriad of nonfiction and fiction story ideas.

This short workbook includes an introduction on the power of objects in the writing process and seven ways to use the prompts that will help you become a more productive and prolific writer.

So if you are ready to write your heart out all summer, look no further for ideas than right inside this handy PDF workbook that can travel with you everywhere you go.

All you need is this handy prompt list and a portable journal or laptop and you’ll become an idea factory.

This prompt workbook is perfect for anyone writing on seasonal topics, including:

  • Journalers
  • Artists
  • Journalists
  • Columnists
  • Bloggers
  • Poets
  • Novelists
  • Essayists
  • Memoirists

No time to write? Don’t let your ideas slip away!Spend ten minutes a day brainstorming ideas and putting them in the notes app on your phone.

Or record your ideas into your voice memo app and email them to yourself for later use. Spending time with your creativity each day is exhilarating and you deserve to enjoy yourself.

Stay tuned for more great seasonal writing workbooks by Christina Katz!

Writing Prompts For Summer Stories,
200 Words & 7 Ways To Make The Most Of Them
So You Can Write Your Heart Out All Year Long
By Christina Katz

$12.99 in PDF Format

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If you like this…

Check out Writing Prompts For Autumn Stories and Writing Prompts For Winter Stories and Writing Prompts For Spring Stories, as well.

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