Rewrite, Recycle or Re-use…

Today we will be reusing, rewriting or recycling this classic fairy tale. Think of the possibilities! What if Little Red was the one who tried to lure the wolf and eat it? What if she was actually her Grandmother’s killer? Let your imagination run wild on this one and don’t be afraid to explore the darkness! Have fun and as always, Happy Writing! gothic-1282594_1280

 

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How Important is Your Word count? — blindoggbooks

The Word Count Conundrum When this past weekend started the word count on my work in progress (WIP), tentatively called Blood in the Water, stood at 29,822. Given the way this story has been progressing I was looking forward to a very productive weekend. Saturday was a day of limited work. I had to meet […]

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Free images for poets. Part Three. Abandoned Summer Houses. Twelve pictures — MARKOVICH PHOTO ART

Photos: Alex Markovich. Camera: SONY SLT-A55V. April 23, 2016. Dear poets, writers, artists and all creative people! Feel free to use any pictures on your social networks, sites, blogs, etc. If you need a larger image to be published offline, please let me know and I will send you the original file. I appreciate if you share […]

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Mysterious Stranger…Writing Prompt

The writing prompt for today will explore both FICTION and NON-FICTION. It’s fun to mix real life with fiction isn’t it? Sometimes I like to sit in Starbucks or the mall and watch people, I like to make up stories about them and what their lives are like. Try this the next time you’re out and about.

Everybody loves a mysterious strangers and there is inspiration everywhere! A cute barista, an old man complaining at the bank, the eccentric woman who sits on the park bench every Wednesday afternoon in her cat pajamas (if you see this woman it’s probably me) . Think of an interesting stranger you’ve seen around and develop a story.

Be sure to use dialogue,gestures, mannerisms and ways of speaking. Don’t spend much time on physical descriptions. Focus on showing the inner conflict of your muse through their actions and words. Have fun and as always, Happy Writing!

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Who is this person and what is their story?