The words don’t always flow well when we sit down to write. Sometimes we have to start off working on a creative writing prompt, take a walk, or even just sit back and sip on our coffee for a moment.
Then we hope some sort of idea will come to us sooner rather than later.
Or if we already have the idea in our hand, but we’re not entirely how to paint that picture worth 1,000 words for our readers.
1. Practice different scenerios
Cooking dinner? Take in your sights and smells and even your taste later on. Describe what you’re cooking, the ingredients, how your counter looks, what’s in the sink, etc. Paint your whole kitchen based on that one meal. Mostly likely, not all that description will be needed, but the practice is fun.
2. Look up creative writing prompts
If you type “descriptive writing” into Google, you’re…
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