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.