Jumpstart Your Writing With This Fun Story Starter

Here’s an amusing little online gadget to help you come up with story ideas — or just random tidbits to use as writing exercises: The Special Projects Labs Idea Generator. I gave it a few whirls and received:

Secret glitter magazine

Automatic holographic car

Revolutionary chocolate furniture

Cold neon hotel

Luxurious growing art

Erotic mechanized sanctuary

A whole lot of ideas lurk in these odd little phrases. If you come up with any you like or use one to write something, share it in the comments!


2 Responses to “Jumpstart Your Writing With This Fun Story Starter”

  1. 1 Evelyn November 6, 2010 at 10:43 am

    I got a couple:

    Scary wooden house.
    (That’s always good for thought generation.)

    Revolutionary morphing book.
    (I’ll say! Had to share that one!)

    Way behind in Nano already! 🙂

    • 2 stranglingmymuse November 6, 2010 at 11:15 am

      Are you writing a revolutionary morphing book for Nano?! You still have plenty of time — Go, Evelyn!!! And thanks for sharing here.


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