QUICK CREATOR TIP
3 Unique Dice I Threw to Choose an Article Title
They’re not actually unique. But this tip can kickstart your writing
Have you noticed that it can be hard to start writing?
Experienced at editing others’ words, I only recently decided to write for an online audience. I’m gathering tips and advice from you all on how to do this. I’ve learned so much! Here’s a tiny tip of my own.
Composing a title after we write is a best practice. But to start today, I rolled some polyhedral dice for playing Dungeons & Dragons. Two d20s plus a d10 gave me a number that corresponded with the word “unique” from a list of suggestions. (Unique means “one of a kind,” though some use it when they mean “unusual.”)
You don’t have to keep your first title, naturally — mine’s mediocre. Still, randomized choices can help reduce the pressure of producing.