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Inspiration Overdose

Too many ideas for science fiction, horror, and fantasy stories

Publisher: indipendently published
Year of Publication: 2019
Book type: How To
Age: Adult
Genre: How To
Language: English
Key Phrases: creativity · story ideas · writing · writing prompts · writing tips
Kill writer’s block for good!
Inspiration Overdose will keep you writing and writing until the sun explodes.Kill writer’s block for good. There are over two thousand story ideas here waiting to spark your next science fiction, horror, or fantasy story. Inspiration Overdose has weird and creative ideas for almost any type of short story you could want to write:

  • Space travel and alien worlds
  • Ghosts, vampires, and zombies
  • The apocalypse and afterwards
  • Political dystopias
  • Monsters and mutants
  • Psychic powers
  • Super heroes and villains
  • Time travel and alternate realities
  • Androids, robots, and AI
  • And so much more

Inspiration Overdose is also jam packed full of tools and techniques to transform story ideas into something entirely new. Try the Idea Blender, the Story Shuffle, the Grid Game, the Scenic Route, or Blow It Up. Roll some dice and spice up your ideas with new characters, conflicts, and settings. Switching things up keeps the writing process interesting and your creative sparks flying. (Just remember to wear eye protection!)

These tools and ideas can create over five septillion combinations. That’s a five with twenty-four zeroes after it, or more story ideas than there are stars in the universe. You can use this book until the sun explodes and never use an idea twice.

Most likely, there are more story ideas in this book than you will ever need. Maybe even too many. You might become such a prolific writer that your house ends up filled with your work, with mountains of books stacked everywhere, until someone slams a door and they topple over and you end up buried alive under a literary avalanche. So to be on the safe side, I wouldn’t write more than a couple billion stories. Maybe three billion, if you use a small font.

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