"Begin your story with somebody watching the sunrise, or sunset."
Chapter 4 of a story inspired by monthly writing prompts. "Write a story inspired by the word 'owl.'" – prompt used for this CW piece.
There are a couple of writing practices that I have recently adopted. Since they are fairly new to me, I have made the executive decision not to share them in detail with you just yet. If I am still using them by Easter, I will expand on those more. For now, I will just tell... Continue Reading →
Chapter 1 of a story inspired by monthly writing prompts. "Write a story inspired by the word 'blank.'" – prompt used for this CW piece.
"Write an original folk tale or fable in 99 words." + "Make it 'Western' themed." "Write three stanzas of five lines, each with a syllable count of 6/5/11/6/5, totaling 99 syllables, no more—no less." + "Include five (consecutive) words taken from the found-poem by Cowboy Poet, Charles Badger Clark, called 'The Springtime Plains.'" (Line 1 starts with word 1/ Line 2 ends with word 2/ Line 3 starts with word 3/ Line 4 ends with word 4/ Line 5 starts with word 5)