Think of two hobbies that are unlikely to co-exist. Write how three different characters came to practice both hobbies.
Sketch out an idea for a setting that stimulates (or over-stimulates) one sense in particular.
A college swimmer tries to compete despite being very ill. Brainstorm five possible endings to this story, and write the last paragraph of each.
For the next week, write 300 words per day. It may sound insignificant, but if you keep it up for a year, you'll have a novel of 109,500 words!
Choose some historical period. Introduce one small change in the course of history, and speculate about how it would have developed differently.
Next time you sit down to write a scene, try to outline it beforehand: briefly describe the location, the characters and their current frames of mind, and how this scene is meant to move the story forward. See if you manage to write the scene faster this way.
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