About Today, You Will Write

Bio: Melissa grew up in the Caribbean, namely Trinidad. She was educated in New York, and much later taught English in Japan. As a child she played with words and tinkered with the internal circuitry of a radio, in an attempt to become a Miss Fixit. Right now though, she is honing her skills, by learning more about craft so that eventually she will become a better novelist and poet.

Writing Prompt # 181

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Honestly growing up I am sure we have all had our fair share of fairy tales. Perhaps even as adults we have all run into stories that cause us to either remember what it was like for us to be a child or else we’ve hit upon the thing that stirred our imagination….well today is your lucky day. Above are some of my loves and inspiration. May they inspire you as well.

W.P. # 181 Write a story that reminds you of what it was like to be a child or write a story you would have enjoyed reading as a child.

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Writing Prompt # 180

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A table, a lamp, a chair. After Margaret Atwood, taken from the Handmaid’s Tale. The second chapter begins with a lot of description. Sometimes because of the type of story you are writing, you can place description upfront. Copy Atwood‘s technique and describe the setting as well. So much so that your reader feels as though he or she is a part of the place…

W.P. # 180 Follow Atwood. Begin your scene with a description of room where the story takes occurs.

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