Write about your very first album purchase – and what that music meant to you. Alternatively, write about your main character’s first album.
A school teacher is packing up the classroom for summer vacation when a student walks into the room. The student reveals something that will change … Read More “Out for the summer: An end-of-the-school-year writing prompt”
Write about you (or your main character’s) earliest memory involving water.
Take a widely-known cliché character – the ditzy cheerleader, the dumb jock, the workaholic lawyer, the no-good cheating husband, the cat lady, etc. – and … Read More “Avoiding cliché characters in fiction”
Write at least 500 words about your most memorable Mother’s Day. (Alternatively, follow the same prompt about your protagonist’s most memorable Mother’s Day.)
Minimalism isn’t just effective for your household and your sanity; it can help your writing, too. -Open your latest draft and copy a portion … Read More “The life-changing magic of tidying up (your drafts)”