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Write on Wednesday… Choose Your Own Adventure

Write On Wednesdays Exercise 24 – This week is a Choose Your Own Adventure week. Pick a prompt that takes your fancy and make it work for you. Maybe you will work on your NaNo story or another writing project or perhaps just a bit of creative exploration. You might even like to share your favorite book genre with … Continue reading

Write on Wednesday… We are learning to make fire

Write On Wednesdays Exercise 23 – Write the words of Margaret Atwood at the top of your page “We are learning to make fire”. Set your timer to 5 minutes. Write the first words that come into your head after the prompt. Stop when the buzzer rings. We are learning to make fire Charmaine stared blindly into the clear … Continue reading

Write on Wednesday… When the music’s over

Write On Wednesdays Exercise 22 – Select a piece of music that reflects the mood of writing you’d like to aim for. Press play. Start free writing. Write the first words that come into your head. When the music’s over, so is the writing. I’d recommend finding out how long the song is before you start the exercise. You may … Continue reading

Write on Wednesday… I thought I saw?

Write On Wednesdays Exercise 20 – Write the words ” I thought I saw” at the top of your page. Set a timer for 5 minutes. Write the first words that come into your head after the prompt. Don’t take you pen off the page (or fingers off the keyboard). Stop only when the buzzer rings! Do this exercise over and … Continue reading

Write on Wednesdays… Sunshine in a cup

Write On Wednesdays Exercise 19 – Sunshine in a cup. Write the words of Emily Dickinson: “Bring me sunshine in a cup” at the top of your page. Set a timer for 5 minutes. Write the first words that come into your head after the prompt. Don’t take you pen off the page (or fingers off the keyboard). Stop only … Continue reading

Write on Wednesday… Songbird

Write On Wednesdays Exercise 16: Hadge says:  Take a favorite (or even random play) song and write the story behind the lyrics, not something inspired by the lyric, but the flesh on the bones of the story. It gives lots of scope for interpretative writing. Use the lyrics or theme of a song  for a piece of … Continue reading

Write on Wednesday… The Mighty Mighty Rewrite

Write on Wednesday Exercise 14 – The Mighty Mighty Rewrite… This week’s rewriting exercise has left me a little… stuck. I know my favourite book and was at first really excited about the task but as I took fingertips to keyboard the enormity of it hit me. I have chosen Zadie Smith’s On Beauty and … Continue reading