Today’s writing prompt should get you in a more creative mood and inspire you to use your imagination. Keep reading to see the full writing prompt and my completed version of it.

Today’s Writing Prompt: Weird Book Summary

Write a summary for a book that has a weird plot, character, setting, etc. Or take an existing book summary and add a bit of flare to it and make it weird. Imagine you’re seeing this summary on a dust jacket of a book and the book has already been published. Write no more than 150-200 words. And use your imagination. Really, let your imagination run wild for this one.

Completed Version of Today’s Writing Prompt

Ella, The Book Dragon, by K.E. Creighton

Follow Ella, the book dragon, as she shares story recipes you will want to create and devour, no matter your age, style, or interests. Through her stories, you’ll learn how to write about scaling the walls of China, climbing Mount Olympus, falling in love with a member of the royal court, saving ancient libraries from destruction, and more, encouraging you to enter the deepest caves and crevices of your imagination.

Ella’s story surpasses any historical epoch known to man and will keep you guessing until the very end. Because she’ll have you write about it all—everything from the fall of Rome to the reign of the Tudors—the ending is yours to imagine and rewrite into being. And you’ll never get lost on this journey, with Ella as your guide, because she’ll share bits of history with you never shared before, to keep your creativity ignited throughout your writing journey.

If you want the world of writing and reading to be opened to you in a way that it never has before, you won’t want to leave Ella behind. You’ll learn to experience writing in a whole new way if you follow her lead in the pages that follow.

[All Rights Reserved by K.E. Creighton and Creighton’s Compositions LLC. The above work is a piece of fiction. All names and locations referred to are the product of the author’s imagination and are used entirely for fictional purposes. Any similarities to real-life persons or places are purely coincidental.]

Notes on Completing this Writing Prompt

This writing prompt was fun to work on. Before writing this, I would have never in my wildest dreams thought I would write about a book dragon who explores history in order to teach others how to write. What an interesting and odd surprise.

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