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Creative Writing Prompts: Random Words to a Story #37

June 1, 2011

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Today it’s time for the random words creative writing prompts. This exercise is really simple and really effective and lends itself equally well to all types of writers-from poets to fiction writers and everyone in between. All you have to do is let the words below inspire you to write. Before I give you the list of random words, I would just like to invite you to sign up for my newsletter here, or through the link in the side bar. And now for the words…

Random Words:

- Polished
- Apparatus
- Process
- Bicycle
- Suspicious
- Indicator
- Index
- Upsetting
- Snack
- Melinda

The instructions:

Read the above list a few times, until a storyline starts to connect the random words in your mind. Then start writing and do so for at least 30 minutes, or longer if you have the time. Once you are done, set the piece aside for a few days and let it “cool” before you begin to edit it.

Stay creative!

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