101 Creative Writing Exercises: Now Available on Amazon

101 Creative Writing Exercises

Are you ready for an adventure?

101 Creative Writing Exercises takes you on an exciting journey through the world of creative writing.

You’ll explore different forms and genres by experimenting with fiction, poetry, and creative nonfiction. You’ll discover effective writing tools and techniques. And you’ll create projects that you can submit and publish.

Ideal for new and experienced writers alike, this book will enlighten and inspire you with fresh ideas.

101 Creative Writing Exercises

You’ll learn a lot by simply reading these exercises, which impart writing concepts as well as literary and storytelling devices.

Each chapter focuses on a different form or subject: freewriting, journaling and memoir, fiction and storytelling, form poetry and free verse, article and blog writing, people and characters, and dialogue are all covered.

The exercises in this book are designed to give you plenty of writing practice while inspiring practical ideas for your writing projects.

Pick up your copy today, and let the adventures in writing begin!

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101 Creative Writing Exercises Amazon Paperback
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101 Creative Writing Exercises Kindle

About Melissa Donovan
Melissa Donovan is a website designer and copywriter. She writes fiction and poetry and is the founder and editor of Writing Forward, a blog packed with creative writing tips and ideas.

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6 Responses to “101 Creative Writing Exercises: Now Available on Amazon”

  1. Tim LaBarge says:

    Looks like a very comprehensive, thoughtful and helpful book for all types of writers. Definitely a resource to be utilized. Nice work!

  2. Jaden says:

    This book is so good, inspiring, and gets your creative juices flowing!
    I highly recommend it for all writers of any level or skill.
    Was impressed with how comprehensive it was of all types of writing; a little something for everyone.

  3. Chris says:

    Hi
    I wanted to buy this book but I’m in the UK and it’s only available in Kindle format here … and I don’t have a Kindle. Any plans to release it as a book over here?

    • Hi Chris, I’m trying to make the book available through as many channels as possible. One solution that might work for you is Smashwords. You would still get a digital rather than print copy, but they offer more options than the Kindle, including formats that you can read on your computer. If that doesn’t work, feel free to email me and we’ll figure something out. Here is the link to the book on Smashwords: http://www.smashwords.com/books/view/133228

      Also, if you have a smart phone or tablet, you should know that you can download and read Kindle books via a free Kindle app.