Let your creativity run wild and generate a creative story for any occasion and for any purpose.

A creative story is more than just words on a page. It’s about understanding and loving the world and the people you write about. A creative story allows the reader to immerse themselves in the author’s feelings and thoughts. It tells a story that provides inspiration and entertains the reader. A good writer manages to put before his readers a world in which they can recognize themselves or have a new experience. So, in short, it is important for authors to balance creativity, ingenuity, and analytical thinking to write good stories.

Examples created by neuroflash

Once, when two talking frogs were walking in the forest, they discovered a bowl full of creamy milk. The two frogs stared motionless at the glorious splendor before them and could not imagine how they could ever leave it again. The first frog, who turned out to be the smarter of the two, advised them that they should share the milk so that they could each get some. The second frog, however, insisted that they should drink the milk together. Ignoring the logical arguments of the first frog, the second frog tried to convince his friend by promising her that if they both jumped into the bowl of milk together and immediately with both feet, they would have an unbearable adventure. The clever frog was shocked by this proposal and even more so when the second frog actually dared to jump into the bowl. It almost seemed as if he wanted to infect them, as he followed the same path back without hesitation, and the first frog also jumped into the bowl.
When they finally both sat in the bowl, they saw that they were in a sea of delicious milk. As soon as they found out that they weren’t going to drown, they already started drinking lots of it. Both frogs talked about how wonderful and exciting it was, but also how easy it is to succumb to temptation. The wiser of the two frogs wanted them to get out of the bowl, as they had now acted haughtily. But the younger frog realized that they had jumped too deep into the bowl, and they could not get out without help. The two frogs first called for help, but no one came. But they remained brave when finally the day of liberation dawned for the frogs.
Suddenly they saw a statue standing some distance away. It was a goddess covered in a golden dress. The frog realized that she was here to save them and ran to her. Thanks to her great kindness and wisdom, she helped them both get out of the shell. The wiser frog thanked the goddess and promised to be more careful in the future before making any promises. The younger frog thanked the goddess for the experience, because she had shown him that sometimes you have to go beyond your own limits to fulfill your wishes.

How to write a good brief to get the best AI suggestions

Your brief is extremely important so that neuroflash can write high-quality texts for you. The more precise your brief, the better the AI-written texts. Our rule of thumb is: 1-2 precise sentences or 1-3 meaningful and coherent keywords (separated by commas!). You should ask yourself the following questions for a good brief: What makes your product special? Who is it for? What is important information that should be addressed in the AI-written texts?

Type & Target group

Indicate what type of story it is. Do you want to tell a short story? A fairy tale? Or a fable? Also, you should narrow down the target audience of the story. Should the story be aimed specifically at children or teenagers, or is it a story for all ages?


Briefly state the desired content of the story. Be precise. What are the characters? Where does the story take place and what do you want to happen? You can also choose different tonalities so that the story finds the right tone.

Good Brief Example

Children aged 5-10 years – Fable – Two talking frogs in the forest find a bowl of milk and fall into it

Bad Brief Example


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