Sometimes writers run out of ideas for their stories. Check out these and future ideas to keep your writing fresh:
Write down your dreams, then deveolp them into real stories.
Use your imagination to see faces in wallpaper or designs on floors or countertops. Write a story about the people you see.
Stories don't have to be realistic. Write a story about the wildest (or craziest, or funniest, or whatever) day you can imagine.
Write about a wish on a star.
Make up a story where an inanimate object comes to life.
Make up a story about someone you see on a television commercial.
Let each of your friends choose a word. Use the words in a story.
Write the same story twice, once from a first person point of view and then from a third person point of view.
Write about a lost puppy. You might want to write from the puppy’s point of view.
Write a limerick.
Make up a story about a wicked wind.
Choose a letter of the alphabet and write a story using as many words as you can that begin with that letter.
Write a story using Hink-Pinks. Hink-Pinks are one-syllable words that rhyme. If you mean a large feline, you would say, “fat cat”.
Write a story using Hinky-Pinkies, two-syllable words that rhyme.
Play Telephone with friends. Then write about a story that changed the more it was told.
Choose 5 random words from the dictionary and use them in your story.
Write about a sudden change in seasons.