Compiled by CrossDove Writers

Writers always have a need or a plan that includes grabbing an idea or prompt at times to kickstart their mind and next writing adventure.

We here at CrossDove Writers all love taking a prompt or new idea and seeing how it can be worked through our fingers and then either a keyboard or pen/pencil and become a new story, poem, or even the beginning of our next novel adventure.

Continuing our four-part plan of ideas or prompts, we at CrossDove Writers are hoping to help stimulate your mind and get a new writing adventure rolling.

Here’s to hoping you will find these different ideas/prompts useful so that your writing adventures can grow as your imagination wonders the mind.

Good Luck – Good Thoughts – Good Writing!

Let the stimulation process begin:

Idea/Prompt 1 = A Journal Entry Question for the Day:

The World of Constant Entertainment!

Share a story based on a time when you may have visited a tourist based entertainment destination!!

Be sure to give the feelings of you and others visiting, a descriptive word of the entertainment styles available and the cost of such a visiting point!!

Idea/Prompt 2 = A 500-3,000 Challenge:

Write a short article, story or poem using 500-3,000 words while emphasizing the words ‘TOURIST TRAPS’ and ‘EXILLERATION’.

Idea/Prompt 3 = Turning the Unfinished Sentence(s) into a Story:

“When I Go to a tourist destination with lots of choices of events to see, do, or enjoy – I find myself ________________________trying to make choices and then I feel so ____________________by the cost and traffic to do so.”

Idea/Prompt 4 = The word for Today is:


Write a story or poem about dealing with ‘Deglutination’.

REMEMBER: If you would like, send us some of your works that may come from these ideas….we would enjoy seeing the harvest of thoughts and ideas.

As always, we hope the ideas/prompts will help get your mind running toward a new and refreshing writing adventure.

Relax and just let the mind flow, the fingers will move as the mind commands and with that the writing begins.

Good Luck – Good Thoughts & Good Writing!

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