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I remember, in no particular order: - a shiny inner wrist; - steam rising from a wet sink as a hot frying pan is laughingly tossed into it; - gouts of sperm circling in a plughole, before being sluiced down … Continue reading
Some writing prompts take a bit of explaining. There’s a set up or a thought process to go through. But today’s is a Sentence Starter, direct and simple. Of course you don’t have to make the line your first sentence, … Continue reading
Here’s a good prompt from today’s workshop. Introduce a character by telling what he or she does not like. The effect will be to show what he or she does like. It works. Just start with ‘I don’t like’ or … Continue reading
This great line came up near the end of one of Kat’s pieces in workshop this morning. It’s such a corker that we all used it as an opening sentence in our next writing activity with some fab results. It’s … Continue reading