Daily Writing Exercise: July 17th – Free Topic Day #3

Sunday, July 17, 2016: Free Topic Day #3

Write today about something random…something that you grab out of the air and run with. This is just short enough that you gain your daily skills practice, but just long enough to create something special!

Take 15 minutes of your day and write and then go and read a book and relax in your favorite spot!

Daily Writing Exercise: July 16th – Short Story Saturday #10

Saturday, July 16, 2016: Short Story Saturday #10

Let’s be random today! Below you will find the random generation of plot points.

Your job is to pen a short story of around 750 words. As this is a freewrite exercise and only your first draft, you do not need to be precise in your sentence structure and punctuation (although the more accurate you can be during this phase, the easier it will be on you later!).

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Daily Writing Exercise: July 15th – First Line Friday #8

Friday, July 15, 2016: First Line Friday #8

This freewrite is a First Line Prompt. You will find the first line of your freewrite in the space below. Your job is to spend the next 15 minutes and continue it.

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Daily Writing Exercise: July 14th – Travel Thursday #8

Thursday, July 14, 2016: Travel Thursday #8

This exercise is to help your character get to know their surroundings better. There’s nothing more fun to read than a well-informed character that knows tiny little secrets about the settings around them.

Here’s what you need to know!

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Daily Writing Exercise: July 13th – Three Nouns Exercise #8

Wednesday, July 13th, 2016: Three Nouns Exercise #8

Three random nouns are placed in the space below (one abstract, two concrete). Seen together, what do they make you think about? How does your mind connect them?

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Daily Writing Exercise: July 12th – Dialogue Development #8

Monday, July 12, 2016: Dialogue Development #8

Dialogue is an important part of telling a story. While great stories can be told without someone uttering a single word, authors use this device as a means of communicating a thought from character to character.

Today’s freewrite is here to help you develop your dialogue writing skills.

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Daily Writing Exercise: July 11th – Character Creation #2

Monday, July 11, 2016: Character Creation #2

Let’s create a random character and get to know them a little, shall we?

Your exercise for today is to get into the mind of a new character based on the prompt below.

Perhaps this will be the MC of your new story, or maybe he/she will fit into the story you are currently writing as a supportive character!

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Daily Writing Exercise: July 10th – Free Topic Day #2

Sunday, July 10, 2016 – Free Topic Day #2

It’s Sunday!!! Time to rest? Goodness, no! (Love you, Emmy!) Write today about something random…something that you grab out of the air and run with. This is just short enough that you gain your daily skills practice, but just long enough to create something special!

 

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Daily Writing Exercise: July 9th – Short Story Saturday #9

Saturday, July 9, 2016: Short Story Saturday #9

Let’s be random today! Below you will find the random generation of plot points.

Your job is to pen a short story of around 750 words. As this is a freewrite exercise and only your first draft, you do not need to be precise in your sentence structure and punctuation (although the more accurate you can be during this phase, the easier it will be on you later!).

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Daily Writing Exercise: July 8th – First Line Friday #7

Friday, July 8, 2016: First Line Friday #7

This freewrite is a First Line Prompt. You will find the first line of your freewrite in the space below. Your job is to spend the next 15 minutes and continue it.

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