Think of a time in your life when you felt like the living dead. What brought you back? John and Karen Hollingsworth Take that turning point and write it. Write to re-live.
Write a relationship using these road signs as a metaphor.
Think about how much of what we say and hear is channeled through electronic devices. Our relationships exist as vibrations and visuals, often without physical contact or presence. The electronic mediums we use have become story channels, often defining our relationships. We've grown so accustomed to relating through vibrations and visuals that we frequently lose awareness of … Continue reading hello? are you there?
photo: Bain News Service Writing Prompt: write the correspondence
Writing Prompt: Take twenty minutes to write yourself into this empty classroom. Who shows up? What happens? Incorporate at least two of the senses: smell, touch, taste, hearing, sight. Don't think, keep writing whatever comes.
According to Miriam Webster Dictionary, al•che•my was a science used in the Middle Ages to change ordinary metals into gold. Great writing is alchemy. photo:Iwan Gabovitch Writing Prompt: Select a relationship in your life and transform it from ordinary metal into gold.
Your past is more than just a story. It makes you. Live it. Write it. Change it. Change you. Writing Prompt: Change one thing and write your altered life.
Exposition is risky - and necessary. At it's best exposition provides critical back story, or foreshadowing, it can enhance character development and help to convey place, time, and atmospheric subtleties that are not appropriate for dialogue. Used with patience, pacing and economy, exposition feels 'invisible' to the reader, it enhances story without intruding. A good way … Continue reading choreographing the Aleutian cackling goose
In 150 words, write what is left after the destruction of all else. Begin here: "But now we are lit from within..." photo: Rob Wood, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
"Evidence of animal sentience is everywhere" Psychology Today Write a 200 word portrait of this relationship: photo: C.E.Price Begin with "There's something you need to know"