Hey all! I hope you're having a good week so far.
Now, I usually don't push books on here unless I've reviewed them or someone has contacted me to join a virtual tour. Anything on my own is slightly unusual, but not unheard of. On that note, I want to share a book link with you all that has helped me SO much this weekend.
It's for this book right here:
You can find the e-book on Amazon for just .99 cents.
I read the introduction about a week ago, then put it down because it was late at night and I didn't want to get sucked in.
Then, the other night, I pulled it up again, just before bed and well, got sucked in. Ha!
I'm currently writing a short story based on the first prompt, I've figured out what to do with two other stories I've been mulling over in my brain for some time now and I haven't read this book beyond the first prompt.
I love it!
A friend of mine also downloaded it when it was on Bookbub listed as free and she's been working with the prompts just about every day. I've been handwriting the one short story and have been writing almost every day myself. It's helped me a lot. So, if you don't have it, give it a whirl. It's a good deal!
Have a good rest of your week!
Do you like writing prompts? Why or why not? Do you look for them in a book or online?