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Here you go - use the prompt in any way that takes your fancy...Everything is red.
I know that a lot of you struggle with your personal pronouns. So today, I’m giving you a link to an interesting webpage that should help to make it all clearer for you.Who will be the first, second or third person to read it…?
Use this one as your first line, last line, somewhere-in-the-middle line, or just as a prompt - you choose!She couldn’t find it in the dark.Have fun!
Word games are always fun! How do you fancy playing Hangman?This link has a load of different topics for you to choose from.Have fun!
Many of us mean to write, but somehow never seem to have enough time. Or we get distracted, and end up doing something else instead…My post today is twofold. First off, here is a link to a helpful writing guide that I found at WikiHow. Second, I want to hear about your ways of making time. What do you do to get in the mood for writing?
Haven't had one of these for a while, have we? A new four-part prompt for you:( Read the prompts hereCollapse )Have fun!
A quick prompt for you. Use it as first line prompt, a quick prompt, or a starting point for anything you like:He looked different.Have fun...
Here is a quick prompt for you. Use it any way that grabs you…It was a lie. Have fun!
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Part four of our ‘Author’s writing tips’ and we give you 5 Bits of Writing Advice from P.D James. The article is here. I hope you enjoy it!