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I Challenge You To…

Here’s this week’s photo prompt challenge. Where is the staircase? Where does it lead? Who is going to walk up or down it? Let your imagination go: Last week saw you with two photo challenges. Here’s the first: Here are … Continue reading

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Bite Size Writing Tips

Be Accurate Facts and statistics are used in articles all the time. They often enhance an article, adding authority to it as well as interest. But those facts have to be right. You may have a deadline you need to … Continue reading

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I Challenge You To…

Here’s a new photo prompt for you this week. I hope it sets your mind thinking of stories, poems and limericks.   Last week, Sharon Harvey provided the photo prompt. If you feel inspired and would like to send something … Continue reading

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Bite Size Writing Tips

Dynamic Dialogue Dialogue is good for imparting information, but only use it to impart necessary information. The reader doesn’t need to know every little detail e.g.: “I thought you were having your hair cut today,” Sally said. Her eyes narrowed, … Continue reading

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I Challenge You To…

This week’s photo prompt has been sent in by Sharon Harvey. Many thanks to Sharon: I hope her lovely photo inspires you to write a poem, limerick, or story. Enjoy and send them in! Last week’s challenge came in the … Continue reading

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Markets For Writers

Do you enjoy scriptwriting? Perhaps you’ve never tried it before, but you fancy a new writing challenge. If this applies to you, then read on: The BBC Writers Room is accepting drama scripts for TV, radio, film, stage or online. … Continue reading

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Bite Size Writing Tips

Want to grab your reader’s attention right at the beginning of your story? Try shocking them: I knew she was dead even though the dull eyes stared back at me, mocking me, tempting me to raise the knife once more. … Continue reading

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