Category Archives: Writings

A nice summer memory

This blog post is a writing exercise from writers.stackexchange.com. Visit the Writers chat room every Tuesday for new writing exercises. This week’s exercise: 10 minutes to write about “A nice summer memory”. The memory was clear, as if it only … Continue reading

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Someone receiving a letter

Writing exercise from http://www.writers.stackexchange.com. 10 minutes to write about someone receiving a letter She walked outside to get her mail. It was a hot, sticky, summer day in the heart of Missouri. She glared up at the sky, as if … Continue reading

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Bit by poisonous critter, last hour of life

Another writing exercise. Damnit damnit damnit! Oh god that hurt! Is it dead? I think its dead. What is that thing? I’ve never seen anything like that. Where did it come from? Oh god I’m bleeding! Am I bleeding bad? … Continue reading

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The Day the Pigs Flew

This blog post is a writing exercise from writers.stackexchange.com. Visit the Writers chat room every Tuesday for new writing exercises. This week’s exercise: ten minutes to write about the topic “the day the pigs flew”. Oh man, I’ll never forget … Continue reading

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Vacation

This blog post is a writing exercise from writers.stackexchange.com. Visit the Writers chat room every Tuesday for new writing exercises. This week’s exercise: ten minutes to write about the topic “vacation”. My god, is it nice to finally get away … Continue reading

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Another writing exercise

Microfiction (up to 600 words). Prompt: She did her best, but she was young She did her best, but she was young and naïve, and new to the henching world. She started like they all do, committing small crimes here … Continue reading

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Odd neighbor exercise

Scene 1: Write a scene where a couple is eating dinner at home and talking about a neighbor’s weird posessions. Bill walks into the kitchen. “Hi hon, I’m home. Something smells good, what did you make?” Loren sets the last … Continue reading

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