I'm giving one every other day to my kids and they absolutely love it.
The prompts are fun, engaging and appear to get a little harder as the book progresses.
Besides, sometimes you need a little skin in the game to keep you accountable.
Writing across genres has helped me better express my writing voice. I’ve placed Quora last on the list because it requires active search for prompts, but the quality of those prompts is much higher.
And let’s face it, that’s pretty much the dream for every writer.
Daily Page comes in as the only paid option on this list.It’s a month, and offers daily prompts as well as reminders, specific courses, and a distraction-free writing space.In the interest of full disclosure, I am not a member myself, but have heard too many good reviews from people I trust not to include the site.The Time is Now offers 3 prompts a week — one poetry, one fiction, and one nonfiction. This isn’t a prompt website at all, but I sneaked it in because this is far and away site most responsible for my writing habit. Better still, you can filter the type of prompt you want to see based on whatever you want to write at the time. As a lost and unfulfilled writer, I found 750 words. Feel free to pick and choose, or use one a day for your journal entries.I exclaimed, rubbing my magic crystal ball and straightening my aluminum foil hat. The pour through my pores from every point of my awareness. There was I time I’d spend weeks without a single keystroke.Whenever I’m feeling stale, I often go write fiction or poetry. Better still, you can repurpose your posts there to any site for further reach. It provides me intimate access with exactly the folks I want to reach. Not only has it given me infinite ideas, my work there has been seen by *millions* of people.This option from Poets and Writers is excellent simply because of the range it offers. Cut the learning curve and download The Starter’s Guide to Quora. I get 15 ideas by the time I hop out of the shower.Then, I write about one concept and come up with 6 more. “Okay, Writer’s Digest is taking the top spot in no small part because of all the other resources available to aspiring authors.