Writing 101: Day 13

Day Thirteen: Serially Found:MILLERSYLVANIA PART IV On day four, you wrote a post about losing something. Today’s Prompt: write about finding something. Today’s twist: if you wrote day four’s post as the first in a series, use this one as the second installment — loosely defined. How many readers have witnessed a murder? How many have found someone who’s dead? How many have gone to court as a witness in a murder trial? In past posts, I’ve mentioned the stray sod. You do remember there is such a thing, right? Millersylvania Part I There is a place in southwest Washington … Continue reading Writing 101: Day 13

Writing Life Stories Session VIII

Writing Life Stories Session VIII Spring’s hit us here in the Pacific Northwest and we’re all feeling it. Between work, house cleaning, yard work, and hiking, schedules are busy. Remember this coming Tuesday deals with the final product you want to create with your stories. Last Tuesday’s class dealt more with the writing process, avoiding adverbs, and more about how to show and not tell. Each week the class grows more adept at storytelling and more productive as writers. We also discussed writing about questions our descendants would want our answers on like what is the hardest thing you’ve learned … Continue reading Writing Life Stories Session VIII