30 in 30: Day 30 – I hope you didn’t need a prompt to finish…

I hope you didn’t need a prompt to finish.

But if you do…

Write about accomplishing a goal. No matter how small it is, write about what it means to either you or your character.

Happy Writing!

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30 in 30: Day Eight – Meditate & Focus

Okay let’s try this.

Close your eyes.

Hum the first three lines to your favorite song.

Breathe deep.

Capture the first thing that comes to mind.

Hold that image in your mind for ninety seconds or so.

Now open your eyes and describe that image.

Use whatever format comes to you first.

Make sure you capture everything you saw in your mind. Capture what you felt.

Get it all down.

 

Happy Writing!

30 in 30: Day 5 – Where are we?

Before I get into this one I want to remind you that each prompt can be used to write a stand alone piece, a collection of pieces, or serve as parts that come together to equal a novella or novel.

So now let’s focus on setting. Where are you in this story you want to tell? Even a poem tells a story so don’t feel limited if that is the format you are writing in. Take sometime to describe the setting you have in your mind. Try your best not to simply tell. Show it. Showing it allows the readers imagination to get a jump start.

Just remember to have fun with it!

NaNoWriMo prompts – 29/30 & 30/30

29/30

Attempt to describe a color to someone who has been blind their entire life.

 

30/30

What does true happiness look like to you or your character? Truly take some time to allow to the reader to feel what you feel.

 

Happy Writing!

30 Days Hath November ~ Day 24

Explain/describe an emotion without using the name of the emotion.  For example if you are describing anger, you would find every way you can describe it with out using the words anger or angry.

 

Happy Writing!