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1,000 Creative Writing Prompts, Volume 2: More Ideas for Blogs, Scripts, Stories and More (Story Prompts for Journaling, Blogging and Beating Writer's Block Book 5) (English Edition) [Kindle Edition]

Bryan Cohen , Jeremiah Jones

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Do You Ever Get Writer's Block?

This Book Can Help You Beat It.

What are readers saying?

"This is a superb, very imaginative book that helps people, writers and non-writers, think of ideas," Israel, Top 1000 Amazon Reviewer, 5-star review.

"A genuine treasure trove. I will never again complain of not knowing what to write!" Joel, 5-star review.

"If you're stuck on just about any subject that might be your direction, turn to Bryan Cohen, keep this book by your side, and step over those writer's blocks with ease," Grady, Top 50 Amazon Reviewer, 5-star review.

You Should Buy This Book Because...

  • 1,000 Prompts, Volume two has 40 five-star reviews!
  • Author Bryan Cohen is an Amazon #1 best-selling author for the Writing Skills category.
  • This new set of 1,000 prompts will help you to fight the crippling sensation of creative resistance.

˃˃˃ What Are Prompts Anyway?

Creative writing prompts are short questions or situations that are meant to inspire you to start writing, journaling and creating. Far beyond the typical, “It was a dark and stormy night...” story starters, this new collection of 1,000 story prompts has been specifically formulated to dig deep into the creative process. The prompts employ thought-provoking questions, imaginative scenarios and humor to help writers of all ages defeat writer’s block. If you're looking to learn some writing basics, this is one of the nonfiction writing books you need for your shelf.

˃˃˃ Why Should I Trust This Guy?

Author Bryan Cohen’s previous books of writing prompts have sold more than 30,000 copies and include multiple Amazon best-sellers. Through his books and his website Build Creative Writing Ideas, Cohen has helped countless writers, teachers and students to blast through the blank page and the blinking cursor to create blogs, scripts, stories and more! It’s time to stop thinking and start writing.

Say goodbye to writer's block. Scroll up and buy this book today!

Über den Autor und weitere Mitwirkende

Bryan Cohen is an author, a creativity coach and an actor. Cohen is the author of creativity tools (1,000 Creative Writing Prompts: Ideas for Blogs, Scripts, Stories and More), self-help (The Post-College Guide to Happiness), fiction (Ted Saves the World) and thousands of blog posts around the web. He has published over 30 books, which have sold more than 20,000 copies in total. His website,, helps over 25,000 people a month to defeat writers block. In September, Cohen taped an episode for the nationally televised show, "Who Wants To Be A Millionaire." He lives with his wife in Chicago. Jeremiah Jones is a comedian, an essayist and now an author. Jones recently graduated from the University of Clemson with a degree in English with an emphasis in writing and publication studies. He was a member of the university’s long- and short-form improv troupe Mock Turtle Soup and was involved with many theatrical productions. Jones has published articles in the Easley Progress and the Pickens Sentinel. He currently lives in Chicago.


  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Dateigröße: 377 KB
  • Seitenzahl der Print-Ausgabe: 107 Seiten
  • Verlag: Build Creative Writing Ideas (30. Oktober 2013)
  • Verkauf durch: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • Text-to-Speech (Vorlesemodus): Aktiviert
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  • Word Wise: Nicht aktiviert
  • Amazon Bestseller-Rang: #363.039 Bezahlt in Kindle-Shop (Siehe Top 100 Bezahlt in Kindle-Shop)

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Mehr über den Autor

Bryan Cohen ist Autor, Kreativ- Coach und Schauspieler. Cohen ist der Autor von kreativen Werkzeu-gen (1,000 Creative Writing Prompts: Ideas for Blogs, Scripts, Stories and More), Selbsthilfe (The Post-College Guide to Happiness), Fiktion (Ted Saves the World) und tausenden von Blogbeiträgen im gesamten Internet. Er hat über 30 Bücher veröffentlicht und mehr als 20.000 Exemplare verkauft. Seine Webseite,, hilft monatlich über 25.000 Menschen, deren Schreibblockkaden zu bekämpfen. Im September wirkte Cohen bei einer Episode für die nationale Show "Who Wants To Be A Millionaire" (das deutsche "Wer wird Millionär") mit. Er lebt mit seiner Frau in Chicago.

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3.0 von 5 Sternen Best for the blogger or the small group 21. Dezember 2013
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I think if this collection had been titled "1,000 discussion starters," that might have been more accurate. It seems generally more tailored to prompt philosophical discussion in small groups than writing, although I can see someone getting a few blog prompts or an occasional short story idea out of it. However, I'm not sure that, overall, these prompts are much more helpful than the free prompts you can find by searching the internet. One does have the advantage here of having them collected all in one place and categorized, although if I was thinking, "I really want to start a short story...." I don't know that I'd find categories such as "weekend," "the 1980's," and "urban life" all that inspiring. I'm a novelist and not a blogger, and I think these prompts would make more sense to me if I were a blogger. They have a self-reflective, journaling quality about them.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen A fascinating collection that will cause you to think 26. Dezember 2013
Von Israel Drazin - Veröffentlicht auf
Format:Kindle Edition
This is a superb very imaginative book that helps people, writers and non-writers, think of ideas. I am a writer who never had writer's block. However, I write non-fiction, about philosophical ideas and also explanations of the Bible. I am able to compose two books a year and place an average of three thought-provoking ideas on my website every week. So while I have no problem, I do know about coming up with ideas, new ones, out-of the-box ones, and reworking of previously presented ones. I found that Cohen's and Jones's thousand ideas for blogs, scripts, stories, and more are quite clever and informative. I wrote that even non-writers will enjoy perusing this book, why? To see the clever ideas, to read what a person could call ever-so-short stories. And, as you read the three lines, you invent in your own mind what comes next.

For example, their very first prompt is: "If you could travel back to any time in the past, what date would you choose and why? Would you attempt to influence past events while you were there? Why or why not?" One doesn't have to be a science-fiction fan to relate to this idea, or even a Walter Middy. All of us think about our past from time to time. Here Cohen and Jones offer us a prompt on how to think about our past. Should what happened continue to influence us? Should we change? Can we change? What should we change?

Or let's take item 676, and use it to write a tale. "What is the most difficult thing anyone has ever asked you to help them with? Why was it so tough? Did you end up helping them?" This is also a frequent occurrence, and it can cause us to think how we handled the situation: did we do what we should have done? Could we have done it better? Can we or should we try to remedy the situation? And from a fiction point of view; how is this? A couple approaches you, a somewhat ugly fellow together with a ravishingly beautiful woman. They tell you they picked you at random (but did they?). They say they are married (are they?) and have a disagreement. He insists that he is the most loving man his wife could have; she disagrees. They propose a test: the woman will go with you for a week. You are to try to be as loving as possible with her. At the end of the week, she will decide if you or her husband is more loving. If you are more loving, you will get one million dollars; if not, you get nothing. Your problem is that you are married and have a mistress and there is much tension at home primarily because you just lost your job.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Pleasantly Surprised 7. Januar 2014
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When I was asked to review this book, I wasn't quite sure what the book would contain. Being an author I haven't really dealt with writer's block, but I also know that you need to write as often as you can. It's difficult for me to do that because I have a "day job", but what I found in this book were great prompts to keep the creative side of the brain...creative. I write both fiction and nonfiction and it was actually fun to pick a prompt and go on that creative journey. It actually pushed me on days when I'm not feeling it. The prompts are thought provoking and I would suggest "any" writer to get this book. It's a no brainer.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Amazingly evocative and powerful! 14. Dezember 2013
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My definition of a "good" book is: A book that keeps its promise. And this one does, in spades! The title promises creative writing prompts for blogs, scripts, stories, and more, and that is what it delivers.

These are not just single-word prompts, or prompts that differ from each other trivially (1. What if your hair were blue? 2. What if your hair were green?). No! Each prompt is a complete thought, usually two or three sentences, expressing a potentially fruitful avenue of exploration.

And there are, by golly, 1010 of them! (That's not a typo; Bryan threw in 10 more than than the promised kiloprompt in the spirit of abundant giving.)

I just learned of this book, so I am tickled to think that there are yet ANOTHER thousand awaiting me in Volume I! A genuine treasure trove. I will never again complain of not knowing what to write!
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3.0 von 5 Sternen For When the Muse is on Vacation 19. Dezember 2013
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Every writer or blogger has at some point faced the dreadful situation of sitting down at the keyboard and coming up dry on what to write about. Your muse slept late, or just decided to take a much needed vacation and your mind is as empty as the cookie jar the day after a holiday.
Well, thanks to Bryan Cohen and Jeremiah Jones, you don’t have to face that keyboard completely empty handed anymore. Their 1,000 Creative Writing Prompts, Volume 2: More Ideas for Blogs, Scripts, Stories and More is the muse that never takes a vacation.
This is a follow-on to Cohen’s first volume of prompts that grew out of his search for a way to make money online. I received a free copy for review of the current volume, and am now searching for number one. After all, who wouldn’t like to have 2,000 little mind-nudges for those times when the idea well seems dry?
Organized into categories, such as Time and Place and People and Creatures, these little memory jogs are sure to help you think of something to write about. That they are subjective is to be expected – we write what we know, and these two are no exception – but, they don’t have to be taken literally. Let your mind roam free as you read, and I think you’ll see the value of this little book. They’ve even kindly indexed the book for those who have a vague idea of what they’d like to write about, and want to look up specifics.
A helpful little volume indeed.
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