Take Your Writing From Prompt to Full Story
Using writing prompts is great, but then what?
How do you take that small anecdote and turn it into something useful?
An anecdote isn't a story readers will care about.
Readers don't care about your first kiss, your favorite meal with your grandparents, or that time you went on a cross country road trip.
But with the right second draft, you can make them care.
You can turn your anecdote into a compelling story readers will nod along with.
They'll send you comments saying: "I totally relate to that."
That's giving value to your readers!
This short guide is for anyone who:
- Wants to bring more depth to their content.
- Wants to take a piece from diary entry or prompt to full story.
- Knows their writing is missing something.
- Wants more people to enjoy their content.
- Loves improving their writing skills.
Here's what to expect:
📝 An easy guide taking you through the second draft process.
📝 Ideas to help you add depth and clarity to your writing.
📝 5 steps with focus questions for each stage from deciding what to do with a prompt through to picking a structure.
A 5 page printable PDF to use again and again.
A 5-page PDF to help you take your writing to the next level.