This week’s prompt contains a word that means “the same”, “run of the mill”, “common”. Can you find the uncommon, the unusual in this exercise? You have 15 minutes — start writing! Meet me at the usual place.
Some phrases hold a lot of opening tension. Here’s one to play with this week. Set your timer and let your imagination have free rein! The phone rang at midnight…
Writing is hard. It takes perseverance. When we understand our own process, it makes the whole job easier. Here’s a little exploration into how you work… or don’t as the case may be. Remember, set that timer for 10 to … Continue reading
This opening phrase gives you a lot to play with. Let your imagination flow… For an even more interesting challenge, connect it with the Fourth of July celebration that just passed. They gave him the wrong name, and because of … Continue reading
I’m back again with your weekly writing prompt. Remember, you can change the pronoun/mane to suit the genre you write, but the sentence has to be the opening of whatever you produce. Set a timer for 10 minutes and write … Continue reading