4 Ways I Use Pinterest for Writing Tips
Hey Nerdy Peeps! I’ve been writing all kinds of goodies and I can’t wait to share them with you, but first I need to share the ways I use Pinterest to help. I have four ways I want to share with you and then I have to get back to writing.
4 Ways I Use Pinterest for Writing Ideas
Book suggestions –
There are so many books out there that can help you become a better writer. I have three on my wish list that I need to order thanks to a Pinterest suggestion.
On Writing by Stephen King
Reading Like a Writer by Francine Prose
2,000 to 10,000: How to write faster, write better, and write more of what you love by Rachel Aaron
Writing prompts –
Pinterest has a ton of writing prompts. Some you don’t even have to search for. When I open my page sometimes just a picture of a pin can spark an interest.
These two pictures have sparked interest for two different stories!
His eyes were cold & lifeless as he stared at me.
“You have no idea who I am, do you?”
“If we get arrested it’s your fault.”
She added a charm to her bracelet for every life that she took.
Now, these pop up everywhere on Pinterest. I mean everywhere. There are tips on plot twists and character traits. Tips on beating writer’s block. Things on what not to do when writing. How to visualize the perfect setting. I mean it’s amazing how many tips you can get just from searching “writing tips” on Pinterest.
This is the biggest help I have used. I am horrible with schedules and organization, but Pinterest helps a lot. They have so many ideas and tips that I stay on schedule for all of my stories. Whether they be short stories for anthologies or longer novellas I am always on schedule with them.
These are some of my favorite tips and if you are writing something then I definitely would recommend these. I use Pinterest every day and I love all of the tips and tricks it offers for writing and everything else. You can follow me here!