You know what day it is tomorrow? Other than April Fool’s.
Camp NaNoWriMo time! I’ll be focusing on translating a novel, what’s your project?
If you’re not sure where to start, check out
this page on the Camp NaNo website.
Then prepare to write. See you in April!
Fourth and final Feb-Flash writing prompt is all ready to inspire you. Check it out and prepare to share your work on my Sunday post!
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Sometimes it’s good to go back to basics. Back to cliches, even. For this week’s prompt, start your 500-word (or so) flash fiction piece with the phrase:
It was a dark and stormy night.
Check back on Sunday for my story and remember to share yours too!
A new weekend, a new writing prompt! Check it out and remember to take part in my
Feb-Flash on Sunday.
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I always say I’m going to write more short stories but I never do it.
Feb-Flash to the rescue! Every Sunday in February I’m going to post a piece of flash fiction. And I want to join me. You
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Shonda Rhimes is a TV writer, mother and a titan whose shows dominate Thursdays. It took six unexpected words for her to realize that despite having (almost) it all, she wasn’t happy:
You never say yes to anything. But then she did.
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“Writing may or may not be your salvation; it might or might not be your destiny. But that does not matter. What matters right now are the words, one after another. Find the next word. Write it down.”
— Neil Gaiman