6 Websites with Great Writing Prompts

Todd Brison
Jun 29, 2017 · 4 min read
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“I understand, mate. But what TOPICS should I write about?”

I’d been extolling the benefits of stream-of-consciousness writing with a new friend halfway across the world. I think I sounded like some kind of wizard.


1. Writer’s Digest Creative Prompts

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2. 365 Days of Writing Prompts

This worksheet is interesting. Although you never get anything new (it’s a static PDF), you could take this document and hide in a cabin for an entire year and never run out of things to write about.

3. Daily Page

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4. The Time is Now

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5. 750 Words

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6. Quora

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Learn Quora Like a Pro

Like I said, Quora is my favorite prompt site. Not only has it given me infinite ideas, my work there has been seen by *millions* of people.

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Bestselling author. Seen on TIME, Inc., CBNC, and in my kitchen doing dishes. Infinite Ideas eBook: https://toddbrison.com/infiniteideas

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Bestselling author. Seen on TIME, Inc., CBNC, and in my kitchen doing dishes. Infinite Ideas eBook: https://toddbrison.com/infiniteideas

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