Writing Prompts

I’m not going to lie, I’ve been trying to write these for a while, but I was really struggling, because some of my prompts were romantic ones that made me cringe. Either way, I give you some MAGICAL writing prompts, which I pray will benefit you in some way. So sit back, break out your pen, and get ready to write. Also, I promise these are my own creations, and if they’re like any other prompts out there, that was accidental.

The Prompt that physically makes me cringe…

**Character A watching character b try to fall asleep.
B: You’re being creepy again.
A: You’re cute when you sleep
B: Will I still be cute when I’m snoring?

A: At least I’ll know you’re alive

That prompt that could work as a serious story or a thoughtful one…

And while darkness was the only thing she had truely seen, it seemed as if the light was something she had known for years.

The Secret Agent One…

*Character A(secret agent), working desperately to try and win Character B(villain) on their side *

A: You know that it shouldn’t end like this. You know that you’re not a terrible person.

B: But what if I am? What if everything you knew was wrong, and everything I’ve done is all an illusion?

A: Because you’re to stupid to be an illusionist, you went out to become a bad guy, knowing full well that you’ll get caught because it happens in every story.

*****Please note that A’s last remark was my inner goofball showing through, and even though I love a good secret agent story, I hate serious ones. Also, this could be used as more than just secret agents, that’s just the idea I had in my head.***

The Character Trope One…

A really cool Asian character that is sassy, clumsy, and not a total genius…

Okay, my reasoning behind this one is that I dislike the lack of diversity. Like, don’t get me wrong, Asian’s can kick butt, I mean, you don’t know living until your butt’s kicked by a tiny Asian woman who’s ticked off. It’s just, not all Asians are savage kick-butters, or genius stars. And really, while my character would probably be oriented around a Japanese/Korean/Chinese character because of my own personal relating to a character, I also totally love to see a South Asian AT ALL. It’s great to see African Americans being represtended (like really), but it’s still a matter of half the population missing in stories.


The Non-Fiction Prompt…

What was the hardest experience you faced? How were you effected in Emotion, Thoughts, and actions? How is it currently affecting you? If you could tell yourself something during the experience, what would it be?

AND THAT CONCLUDES TODAYS MAGIC! I promise that it’s not the last of my writing prompts, and if you liked them, or are going to use them, let me know! Do you have any writing prompts that you love to use?

Remember to live your life like the ginchy story that it is!


Papa Plots, Father’s Day Specials

Everybody loves their dad, and writings important, so I think it’s time I drop ya’ll some Father’s day plots, don’t forget to leave your thoughts.

Sorry, I’m in a weird mood, by anywho! Get ready for some rockin’ plots in honor of Father’s day.

1. Father Biography

Okay, so we love our dad’s, but have we ever thought about our dad’s history pre-fatherhood? Seriously, I think it’s time you have a seat and get to know your dad. However, don’t take it lightly, get deep. What were their greatest struggles? How did they push through it? What do they find is their biggest struggle as a dad? Take the time to write about his struggles, and how he persevered. You might find yourself more thankful for him than you were before.

2. Best Times

Okay, so we love our dads, so the most clear plot idea?

Write about your best time around your dad. It’ll get you in the mood of appreciating him, if you haven’t already.

3. Write about your inside jokes.

So I’ve noticed I’m not the only one who has a deal going with my dad. I meet someone who also had a pun game going with their dad. I personally have a “comeback” war with my own dad, which is more or less is seeing who is better at burning each other. I’m not going to lie, this would make for some great stuff.

4. Write a story with your dad.

One thing my dad and I do is write skits or stories together. Nows the perfect chance to sit yours down and write a story or a skit or poem with him. Who knows, maybe it’ll be awars winning. Go ahead, give it a shot. Dad’s are creative buggers, aren’t they.

5. Write about your dad in a story. That’s right, I’m telling you to use your totally ginchtastic dad as the main character of your story. Perhaps he’s the cheerleader in a drama, or something more serious, like a detective in a case.

It’s all up to you.

And that concludes writing Prompts for Father’s day. Sorry guys that these are going up so late in the week, I’ve had a busy, odd week. That being said, I have a schedule to keep, and keep I shall. See you tomorrow, for ways to celebrate Father’s day!

Stay Ginchy,


Mothers Day Prompts

Okay, so another post about mother’s day, and before you start scratching your head, or banging it up against the wall, let me break this down for you (I mean the Writing Prompts bit).

As a writer, or a person in general, it’s suggested that you write 30 minutes a day, at a minimum, doing this will improve your writing skills, and inevitably, good writing will almost certainly score you high marks in life (More than ‘X’, or knowing how to stop a Nuclear Reaction has helped me in mine). That being said, it’s always hard to knock out some writing on super busy days, more specifically, Holidays.

So that being said, I figured that most people are usually in the Holiday spirit, whether it be Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, Christmas, National Donut Day, or NanoWrimo (all of which I have failed at somehow, consectuively, for fifteen years in a row).

So why not keep the spirit up, and drop you a few Writing Prompts for mother’s day, because you can write more than your favorite memories with your mom (even though she is pretty great).

So here’s 5 writing prompts for Mother’s Day….

Hazi Style!

1. Super Mom

Turns out your mom has a secret history.

She was a secret-agent-super-hero (which means if your like me, the apple fell from the tree, rolled over, got hit by a car, proceeded to pass go without collecting two hundred…), or was, but she gave that up to raise you. But recently things have gotten bizaar, and the old organization your mom used to work for has called her back in to save the world. Unfortunately, she’s not suppose to let you out of her sight because you have a tendency to do really stupid things (that finger-in-the-socket ordeal really made her nervous), so you have to tag along.

Is your mom going to save the world?

Will you or someone else be her epic sidekick (your overachieving sibling…perhaps)?

Find out when you write the Epic Mom Chronicals.

———What’s great is I had a dream that my mom saved our town, with Scooby Doo, when I was eight, and I still remember how awesome I thought this dream was.—————-

2. A biography

Seriously, how well do you know her mom?

What was the best experience before she had you?

What was her life pre-mom-hood?

Does she have any regrets, or advice to give you?

Jot this stuff down.

Life Lessons from Mamma, and you might find out more than you intended.

——–My families always been open, my parents are firm believers of not having secrets. It really makes you think about your mom way past what you remember, and usually their lives are way more cool than we realize.———-

3. Detective Mom

Recently some mishaps have been happening in your life, and suddenly your blamed for a crazy crime that makes no since, and unfortunately, P.I’s are really pricey.

So who does that leave to do some awesome Detectiving?

Your Agatha Christy loving mom to become a detective, and get you out of the mess your in.

The question is, who dunnit?

Will you make it out alive?

And what is with the crazy squirrel that keeps following you all around?

Seriously, it’s creeping me out, someone get rid of it.

4. Go full on heart-felt.

Write a letter to your mom, and pour your heart and soul into it. You don’t have to tell her everything, but let her know how much you care, and don’t just make it because your trying to be a nice, civil person.

Make it because you love your mom, and nine-times-out-of-ten, they actually do care.

(My mom has two letters in her purse, and probably over twenty scattered about so she can look at them when she wants).

5. Write about your favorite memory of your mom.

It sounds clique, but it’s not.

We don’t know how long we have with our parents, and maybe you get annoyed with them, but don’t let those happy moments leave your mind, or pass you by.

—–This got odly serious toward the end. But seriously, this is something important to remember. Our moms went through alot to have us. Whether your adopted, this is for a mom-figure, or your biological mom, remember that mother’s day is about thanking her. It takes alot to love with your whole heart, forgive on a whim, and trust someone even a little, and that’s what a mom does, even when we cause them pain.—–

And that’s all the prompts I have, because I hate writing things on this phone, because I’m so accustomed to the computer keyboard.

Also, I feel like something was wrong with that previous sentence.

Anyway, stay tuned for more mom’s day-themed-blog posts, thanks for reading, and make sure you drop a comment down below telling me your plans for mother’s day, and your favorite memory of your mom.

Stay Ginchy,