Since I posted the other day, I’ve received several comments to the extent that I should write more. Which, of course, I know. And when I started looking through the notebook I’ve been using for Tim Clare’s Weekly Writing Workout, it turned out that I’ve actually done more of the prompts than I thought.
So my first intention was to post the results, to try to encourage myself to do more. And I’m still going to do that. But it turns out that I never posted the results of the last writing prompt thing I did, which was a prompt a day for a month (no link to this one because it no longer exists!).
These are all 15 minute things, written longhand – and, as always, I’m amazed at the stuff that comes, fully formed, from my head when I just sit down and actually write. Where does it all come from? Years of life experience, I suppose. Although in this case a lot of them turned out rather macabre. I’ve noticed before that the shorter my fiction, the more likely it is that somebody’s about to die messily. Personally I blame reading too many Misty comics when I was a kid.
There are also a few that link up, using recurring characters or settings. And I guess that in itself is a reason for writing more of these short pieces.
Anyway, I’m going to post these as and when I remember, over the next month or so.
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That is a good and intriguing intro to what else imma find to read on your wordspace. Imma dive into more of the wordies whenever i get the timespacepriofeel to do so ❤
Ha – thanks Ellis! There’s quite a lot to read but it’s pretty much all short (I think the No Man’s Sky one is the longest I’ve ever written here but I’ll be preaching to the choir with that one!)