As of this writing, there have been over 125 writing prompts posted to the website, available for free to anyone who wants to read them. Now, the first hundred stories have been compiled into genre-specific collections, and made so they can be read on your preferred device. Mainly, this was done this for convenience sake.
All the stories have been revised, and most formats (.mobi, .epub, and .pdf) are available for free to anyone who wants them (if there’s a format you prefer that’s not available, please reach out through email and I’ll send it over).
You can find them below, and if you want to throw down a dollar or two for them, feel free to do so through my Ko-Fi.
Thank you to everyone whose read and supported any of my work, and even bigger thank you to anyone who chooses to donate.
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Prompt: Fellow demons wonder how you get summoned so much in this new age. Your secret? Your new summoning chant is based off ikea furniture names.
Continue reading Writing Prompt #136 — Ikea, the Preferred Store for Demons
Prompt: The US has developed advanced seed bombs that produce full sized plants, vines, and trees only seconds after impact. They were developed to fight deforestation. They’re now being unleashed on all major cities. You’re fighting to survive as the seed bombs rain down and dense forests appears
Continue reading Writing Prompt #135 — Wood Replacing Bone
Prompt: You meet the Devil at a crossroads at midnight to sell your soul. In exchange, he will grant you anything you desire. After you make your request, the Devil is taken aback. After a long pause, he says, “I don’t typically do this but are you sure you want to sell your soul for THAT?”
Continue reading Writing Prompt #134 — Sought After Sleep
Prompt: You die and go to heaven. You can see the pearly gates in the distance, glistening in the sunlight. You walk towards them and a strange feeling overcomes you. As you come close you notice that they’re rusty and derelict. The handles are worn down. With considerable effort you force them open…
Continue reading Writing Prompt #133 — Heavenly Abyss
Prompt: As a Necromancer, you figured you’d end up in jail someday. What are you didn’t expect was that it would be because of someone else’s misdeeds. You ‘were’ purchasing corpses from a very ‘reliable’ source, until it was revealed that they were a serial killer. Now your taking the fall.
Continue reading Writing Prompt #132 — Ignorant Transactions
Prompt: Hell is full, but that doesn’t mean you’re free. Take a number and sit down. You’ll suffer when you’re called.
Continue reading Writing Prompt #131 — Hell’s Queue
Prompt: Everyone remembers their past lives, up to ten generations back. Some can remember fifty lives back. You are the only person who can’t remember anything.
Continue reading Writing Prompt #130 — Choosing Not To Remember
Prompt: You were a good vampire. Your track record had been perfect for so long. You’d never killed anyone. Until today.
Continue reading Writing Prompt #129 — Falling Off the Blood Wagon
Prompt: I manufacture clones for a living. It’s a fun job, and some of my own help me out here. I find it a funny how they all call me “dad” despite “being” me, but I’d be lying if I didn’t consider them my own. B76 is having some trouble after the “Where did I come from?” talk, though.
Continue reading Writing Prompt #128 — The Age Old Question