THERE'S MORE THAN ONE WAY TO WRITE A BOOK . . .

My advice? Never start your writing career with a novel.


Begin with a swarm of short stories. They’ll boost your confidence, discipline, and overall skill. After you write and polish enough short stories, put together an anthology (or five). Try your hand at the business and learn it at your own pace. Eventually, you’ll realize that novels aren’t that “impossible” after all.

Within this book are 200 writing prompts—mostly geared toward crime, action, horror, and sci-fi. Pick one, turn it into your kind of tale, then repeat.

For you seasoned storytellers, think of this book as a time-saving tool. Crack it open and give it a peek. You'll understand.

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