Archive for September, 2014

Writing Prompts for This & Last Week

Two for one this week. Last Week’s Writing Prompt: He hadn’t meant to scare the child My 100 Words: He slide the blade methodically through transparent skin. The ritual required serenity, peace, and careful planning. Now he’d have to deal with the yammering spirit while he proceeded with the spell. In all honesty he hadn’t […]

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Writing Prompt #I-Don’t-Even-Know: Most vivid amongst the memories of his home town …

I really liked this one a lot more than I thought I would. Today’s Writing Prompt: Most vivid amongst the memories of his home town . . . My 100 Words: Most vivid amongst the memories of Don’s home town was the creek’s bank on the west side. He used to go after school and […]

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Second Draft is DONE! Thank you writing retreat!

So iWriteNetWork had their second writing retreat this past weekend and I got to reconnect with some of my talented writer friends while there. I did get a lot done while there, but it wasn’t as productive as last time for me. The problem? I didn’t mentally prepare like last time. I’ve learned that you […]

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Writing Prompt #?? : The fire was getting closer + Mini Update

Mini Update: This summer was an experiment when it came to what I could do with my writing. I pushed myself with critique groups, edits, plotting, learning more about grammar (that I’m quickly forgetting. I’ll need to skim read them as a refresher) and in general pushing what I thought I could do. It was […]

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