As a blogger & freelance writer, I’m constantly looking at ways to expand my writer’s bucket list; ways to rejuvenate my writing. From different types of writing to different tools, below are just a few of the list ideas I’ve come up with over the years.

If you’re a writer, or if you’re looking to get into writing, you’re sure to love these bucket list ideas.

1. Write A Sitcom
2. Create A Slogan
3. Do A Book Tour
4. Go To A Writer’s Conference
5. Write A Movie Script 
6. Use A Typewriter
7. See Your Book On Shelves
8. Write A Review
9. Have An Amazon Author Page
10. Write A Children’s Book
11. Perfect Cursive
12. Build A Quote Journal
13. Write A Book Series
14. Design Your Book Cover
15. Have A Pen Pal
16. Learn To Write Japanese & Chinese Words
17. Expand My Handwriting Fonts
18. Write A Memoir/Biography
19. Write A Musical
20. Copyright Your Work
21. Have A Writing Retreat
22. Win NaNoWriMo
23. Write A Song
24. Learn Calligraphy
25. Write A Mystery Novel
26. Take Note Of Every Nightly Dream
27. Write At A Local Coffee Shop
28. Write A Recommendation Letter
29. Send A Message In A Bottle
30. Write A Magazine Article
31. Write A Love Letter
32. Write A Travel Guide
33. Write A Business Plan
34. Write A Soldier A Letter
35. Use A Fountain Pen
36. Record My ‘Book On Tape’
37. See My Book Go To Film
38.Write Fortune Cookie Messages
39. Write A Comic Book
40. Write A Poem
41. Have A NY Times Bestseller
42. Self-Publish Your Work
43. Learn Chalk Board Writing
44. Have A Journal
45. Write A Romance Novel
46. Own A Physical Planner
47. Write An Inspirational Quote
48. Doodle In Hand Crafted Fonts
49. Write A Press Release
50. Write A Speech
51. Write Freelance For A Company
52. Write A Newspaper Article
53. Have A Blog
54. Learn A New Word Per Day
55. Write A Letter To Your Future Self
56. Sign With A Literary Agent
57. Use A Feather Quill & Ink Set
58. Get Invited To A Blogging Network
59. Write A News Bulletin
60. Get ‘Freshly Pressed’ on WordPress
61. Take A Story Development Class
62. Write A Short Story
63. Create A Bucket List
64. Guest Post On Someone’s Blog
65. Write A ‘Blurb’ In Someone Else’s Book
66. Write A Mission Statement
67. Sign A Book Contract
68. Write A ‘Tidbits’ Book (Fun Facts & Misc)
69. Sign An Autograph
70. Write Flawlessly Intertwined Books

What are you waiting for? It’s time to get writing!

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