Writing Prompt Generator Plus Tips To Help You Get Inspired

by CJ McDaniel // July 31  

Welcome to our FREE Writing Prompt Generator! If you’re an author, writer, or just a frustrated storyteller, this tool is your best friend when it comes to writing ideas! 

Every writer knows the struggle of coming up with a fresh new idea and turning it into print. And frequently, writer‘s blocks usually creep up and destroy any writer’s productivity, which is all kinds of frustrating. 

This dilemma is commonly seen among writers. That’s why we made this Writing Prompt Generator to get your creative juices flowing.

How to Use the Writing Prompt Generator

Our FREE Writing Prompt Generator generates a random line for you to follow. We filled our database with thousands of prompts from every genre to exercise your creative streak! 

Just click the GENERATE button, and a random first line will appear below. If you don’t like the result, you can simply click the button several times until you get a prompt that sparks your imagination. 

Give it a try!

Writer’s Block Tips

Writer’s block is a writer’s worst enemy. Nothing’s more frustrating than staring at your screen or paper for hours, completely blank on new ideas to write on. 

If you’re experiencing writer’s block, check out some of these tips to help you get back that inspiration! 

  1. Browse social media – Media consumption can help you think about new topics to write on.
  2. Make a list – The organization of your thoughts can give you new ideas on how to approach your writing just like a sketch.
  3. Listen to calming music – Playing your favorite playlist of calming music can help ease the tension off your shoulders, allowing you to relax and think straight.
  4. Meditate for 10-15 minutes – Clearing your mind for 5-15 minutes should restore the focus that you lost.
  5. Use our FREE Writing Prompt Generator tool – If all else fails, use our FREE Writing Prompt Generator to help you brainstorm!


About the Author

CJ grew up admiring books. His family owned a small bookstore throughout his early childhood, and he would spend weekends flipping through book after book, always sure to read the ones that looked the most interesting. Not much has changed since then, except now some of those interesting books he picks off the shelf were designed by his company!