Writing Exercise Friday July 3rd

Welcome to your Friday Writing Exercise. Get your writing muscles ready like a professional athlete. You need to stretch those writing muscles before you get to the main writing event. So let’s get to it. Twenty Minute Writing Challenge – Write a story using one of the following titles: When Seagulls Attack Revenge of theContinue reading “Writing Exercise Friday July 3rd”

Writing Prompt Friday June 26th

Happy Prompt Friday! It’s time to get your thinking caps on and get creative. Today I have some interesting prompts to get your creative juices flowing. Remember prompts are a way to get your mind in shape for writing. Getting those creative muscles stretched and ready for action. Total bonus if a prompt turns intoContinue reading “Writing Prompt Friday June 26th”

Writing Myths Monday #8

Welcome to another installment of Writing Myths Monday. I hope this Monday morning finds you well. Let’s jump into this weeks myth. Writing Myth#8 – I need a Masters in Fine Arts. Well if that’s true I have a lot of successful author friends who have a lot of explaining to do. You don’t needContinue reading “Writing Myths Monday #8”

Writing Exercise Friday June 19th

Welcome to your Friday Writing Exercise. Get your writing muscles ready like a professional athlete. You need to stretch those writing muscles before you get to the main writing event. So let’s get to it. Twenty Minute Writing Challenge – Write a story using one of the following titles: Take Your Game to the NextContinue reading “Writing Exercise Friday June 19th”

Writing Myths Monday #7

Welcome to another Writing Myths Monday. Hopefully this Monday finds you well. Let’s jump into this weeks myth. Writing Myth #7 I need to be connected to get published. Not so. I’m not saying it isn’t important to network and build a community of writers and other industry professionals. But it’s not more important thanContinue reading “Writing Myths Monday #7”

Writing Myths Monday #6

Welcome to Writing Myths Monday. I hope you are all doing well. Let’s jump into this weeks myth. Writing Myth #6 My shiny new idea is better than what I’m currently working on. Oh the shiny new idea is so pretty. I must drop everything and work on it. It is so easy to beContinue reading “Writing Myths Monday #6”

Writing Myths Monday #5

Welcome to another installment of Writing Myths Monday. Let’s jump right in. Writing Myth #5 – My first draft must be perfect. Wow, talk about pressure. I don’t know many things in life that I’ve done perfect the first time around, especially when it comes to writing. The goal of your first draft is toContinue reading “Writing Myths Monday #5”

Writing Prompts May 29th

Happy Prompt Friday! It’s time to get your thinking caps on and get creative. Today I have some interesting prompts to get your creative juices flowing. Remember prompts are a way to get your mind in shape for writing. Getting those creative muscles stretched and ready for action. Total bonus if a prompt turns intoContinue reading “Writing Prompts May 29th”

Writing Myths Monday #4

Happy Monday to you all! Welcome to another Writing Myths Monday. Myth # 4 – I must be inspired to write. If that was the case there wouldn’t be a lot of writing going on. William Faulkner famously said, “I only write when I am inspired. Fortunately, I am inspired at 9 am every morning.”Continue reading “Writing Myths Monday #4”

Building Tension Writing Exercise

Welcome to your Friday Writing Exercise. Let’s get your writing muscles stretched out. We are going to be practicing writing tension. In this exercise we will be writing a scene where two characters want the same object and they both believe they are the one destine to have it. These two people will do orContinue reading “Building Tension Writing Exercise”