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Writing ideas warehouse

pensFor those days when you’re scraping the bottom of your idea bin, here’s a supply depot. Check out,  then bookmark these sites for a wealth of writing ideas (for fiction, non-fiction, blogs and poems). They’re  just a mouse-click away.

A whole slew of Generators from The Writer’s Den:


Where Do Writers Find Their Ideas?
Ten authors answer the question, ‘Where do your ideas come from?’

Sample:”My standard answer is “I don’t know where they come from, but I know where they come to, they come to my desk.” If I’m not there, they go away again, so you’ve got to sit and think” – Philip Pullman, English writer

Where do Ideas Come From – Rod Serling

From Poets and Writers E-newsletter

6 thoughts on “Writing ideas warehouse”

    1. Oh Jean, is that un-shy part good or bad? Hope you check out some of these lists. It’s writing prompts unending! (Or maybe you’re one of those people who is full of inspiration on your own…)


      1. I checked your blog, Jeanne, and I see how prolific you’ve been! I enjoyed your poems. And glad you’re getting inspiration from Come to Me. It’s a great book, isn’t it?


  1. The book showed me how my life, too, is about finding the lost and abandoned .
    The physical descriptions put me in touch and will remain fresh.
    Jeanne Poland
    PS Love this little box all for me


    1. “The book showed me how my life, too, is about finding the lost and abandoned…” – That’s beautiful Jeanne! I love how inspiration and insight come from expected and unexpected places. Keep reading and sharing yours…


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