Category Archives: writing prompt

Creative Characterization

It’s been a goal of mine to develop a workbook based on the workshops I’ve taught on creative ways to develop characters. Thanks to nagging motivation by my dear friend, Linda Apple, I’ve been working on that goal for several months … Continue reading

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Balance

Steve and I recently joined a new writing group called Wholehearted Writing. It’s not a critique group, but a writing prompt-inspired group. Last night, our theme was “balance.” Our facilitator, Lindalee, brought three different writing exercises. I especially liked the second … Continue reading

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Oghmaniacal Blogathon: Twenty Sentences

This post is part of a collaborative blogathon by authors of Oghma Creative Media during the month of February. Knowing many of these authors and their writing, I’m pretty sure you’ll find something that will make you laugh and learn. We’d … Continue reading

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“Their Bench” — #FridayFictioneers #FlashFiction #100Words

Welcome to another week of Friday Fictioneers! I’m looking forward to reading the variety of stories prompted by Madison Woods’ photo. You can read them here. Please feel free to post a link to your blog with any comments.  Their … Continue reading

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Telling Tuesdays: “Morning”

Welcome to Telling Tuesday, a day reminiscent of those in school when I looked forward to seeing what everyone brought for show and tell. This weekly feature was inspired by an article on WriteToDone.com, called “How to Show (Not Tell): A Writing … Continue reading

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