Originally posted on estherchiltonblog:
Now for the third instalment in my writing workshop series. Last week was all about the ending of a short story; the previous week focused on the story opening and this week it’s time for a dialogue refresher course: Top Tips… The Do’s and Don’ts of Dialogue ? It isn’t easy…
Originally posted on Trish Hopkinson:
The Collection: Flash Fiction for the Flash Mind is a new collection of flash fiction and photography designed specifically for those who struggle to retain memory of longer narratives, but love to read. Editor Anne Anthony describes the experience she had with her own mother: “Imagine then, her consternation when her…
What color do you feel most comfortable wearing? What is your favorite type of dog? (can be anything from a specific breed, a stuffed animal or character in a movie) List at least five favorite flo… Source: Share Your World – September 4, 2017
Originally posted on ronovanwrites:
Remember to come back and visit the comments section during the week for your fellow poets entries! Haiku Poetry Prompt Writing Challenge Useful Links. Thesaurus: Late, Holiday. HowManySyllables.com Thesaurus.com ? The Guidelines are simple. Take the two words and write a Haiku. I use Haiku in English as my style, which…
Originally posted on Night Owl Poetry – Dorinda Duclos:
Every day we change Like the leaves on autumn trees We color the world ? Daily Haiku Challenge ~ Day 308/365 Photo and Haiku ©Dorinda Duclos All Rights Reserved
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