500 Fantasy Writing Prompts to Write Great Stories

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500 Fantasy Writing Prompts

I’m a very talented writer – according to my many ghostwriting customers and the Amazon reviews on books that I’ve written.

But having the talent to write is not always enough…

I cannot tell you how many hours I’ve spent staring at a blank computer screen trying to figure out what I was going to write next…

All that time not writing, banging my head on the wall, because I can’t think of an idea is lost forever, never to be recovered.

Why is coming up with an idea so difficult?

Writer’s Block Is Horrible! But It Is Easily Defeated

There are many ways to crush writer’s block to get back to the important task of writing…

Because sitting there, staring at a blank screen is wasted time.

I conquer writer’s block by taking long walks, reading books by other people, and getting enough sleep.

That’s all well and good, but sometimes the problem is just figuring out what to write about.

Getting that kernel of an idea on which a whole story or novel or short eBook springs.

But it shouldn’t be so difficult to find new ideas.

After all, it’s a big universe with infinite variety…

Things are always happening…

People are always working, conflicts are occurring, and change is the only constant in life.

So, what’s the best way to break through that initial writer’s block?

How to eliminate or reduce the time trying to figure out the kernel of the story, the initial spark.

Introducing Fantasy Writing Prompts!

500 Fantasy Writing PromptsTo help you with the challenge of coming up with interesting ideas

To get you past the idea stage and into the fun and productivity of writing your book!

I’ve mapped out 500 Fantasy writing prompts for your Fantasy short Kindle eBooks:

Think about that for a moment,

500 fantasy writing prompts for fantasy. 500 different ideas for you to use to write a book. 500 ways to make money. All designed to get you started on your way to writing a great book!

Look At All the Topics! Each With One Or More Pages of Writing Prompts

  1. Crimes Involving Fantasy Worlds or Beings: Incidents of unlawful activities set in fantastical realms or involving mythical creatures.
  2. Demons: Malevolent supernatural beings, often characterized by their chaotic nature and intentions.
  3. Dragons: Majestic, often fire-breathing reptilian creatures from folklore, symbolizing power and mystery.
  4. Dream Worlds: Surreal realms that exist within or are accessed through dreams.
  5. Dungeons: Dark, confined spaces or prisons, often found in medieval or fantasy settings.
  6. Fairies: Mystical beings known for their magical abilities, typically associated with nature or elemental forces.
  7. Fortune Telling: The act of predicting future events or interpreting character traits through mystical or supernatural means.
  8. Ghosts: Apparitions or spirits of the deceased, often tied to hauntings or unfinished business.
  9. Gods and Goddesses: Divine beings from mythology or religious beliefs, often possessing superior abilities and governing various aspects of life and the universe.
  10. Humorous: Engaging elements of comedy or wit, often used to lighten a narrative or create a specific tone.
  11. Illusion: Deceptive appearances or perceptions, often employed by magicians or in deceptive strategies.
  12. Immortality: The ability to live forever, often sought as the ultimate power or used to illustrate the burden of endless life.
  13. Magic: Supernatural power to influence or change reality, often requiring specific knowledge or talent.
  14. Magical Invasions: Hostile actions initiated by magical beings or forces, often impacting the balance of a realm.
  15. Magical Lands: Realms where magic is an integral part of life, often populated by various magical beings.
  16. Magic Schools: Institutions for learning and mastering magical abilities, often central to a narrative.
  17. Mermaids: Mythical Sea creatures with the upper body of a human and the tail of a fish, often associated with enchantment and danger.
  18. Modern Day Earth with Magic: Contemporary world settings where magic exists, often hidden or unknown to most humans.
  19. Mysteries Involving Magical Beings: Unresolved puzzles or enigmas that center around mythical creatures or events.
  20. Mythical Creatures: Beings from mythology or folklore, often possessing unique abilities or characteristics.
  21. Ordinary People in Fantastic or Magical Lands: Typical individuals who find themselves in extraordinary realms, often challenged by their unfamiliar surroundings.
  22. Pirates: Swashbuckling seafarers known for their lawless lifestyle, often seeking treasure or adventure.
  23. Portals Into Magical Lands: Gateways that transport characters from their world into magical realms, often starting points for adventures.
  24. Rescue: The act of saving or being saved from danger or distress, often a central narrative goal.
  25. Shapeshifting: The ability to alter physical appearance, often used to disguise or transform.
  26. Travel Through Fantasy Lands: The journey or adventure through mystical, magical, or fantastical worlds.
  27. Vampires: Supernatural beings who sustain themselves by consuming the life essence (usually in the form of blood) of living creatures.
  28. War Between Different Fantasy Species: Conflicts or battles between various fantastical races or creatures, often shaping the world and story.
  29. War Between Different Fantasy Species: Conflicts or battles between diverse species from a fantastical world. These could include elves, orcs, dragons, or other mythical creatures, often creating a rich, complex plotline.
  30. Warriors: Heroes or protagonists skilled in combat, often central to the storyline in fantasy literature. Their bravery, strategy, and battle prowess typically play a significant role in the narrative’s resolution.
  31. Warriors: Skilled combatants or soldiers, often central to epic quests or battle.
  32. Werewolves: Humans with the ability to transform into wolves, often linked with lunar cycles.
  33. Zombies: Reanimated corpses, typically portrayed as mindless or hungry for human flesh.

Pick a Sub-Genre, Any Sub-Genre, Then Find a Prompt You Like Then Write Your Story

You’ll only need a few minutes to find a prompt that you like… you have 500 Fantasy Writing Prompts.

Then all you need to do is write the story around the idea sparked by the prompt.

Your brain will flood with ideas as the story forms in your mind.

Purchase Fantasy Writing prompts today!

I know that once I have the idea for the story, I get very excited, then the writing becomes fast and furious. The words start to flow, and keep flowing, until before I know it, the story is done. Only $4.95 for a limited time only!

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Richard Lowe