If you were following this blog way back when, you may have attended my virtual write-alongs. Well, my internet connection is too unreliable these days, but I thought it would be fun to film my morning writing sessions so that we can still write together whenever you feel like you need some motivation.
Quick, before you make up some excuse, find a pen & paper, or open a new document, and then press play!
Here’s a fun writing worksheet to explore your own or your character’s clothes. I don’t think you need to be a fashionista to develop a keen interest in clothes – there’s a lot more to the subject than first meets the eye! What are you wearing right now, and what does it reveal (or conceal) about your character?
Once upon a time, in a land far, far away, there lived a princess who worked in an office in a tall tower. No one knew she was a princess, although had they been told, they wouldn’t have been surprised, for the princess was always gracious, even when the magical equipment failed – which it frequently did – or when there was a fault with the hourglasses that made time run too fast or too slow – which it frequently did. She remained calm and unflustered, almost as if she didn’t notice, because she had read many fairytales in which princesses faced terrible dangers and seemingly insurmountable obstacles that they invariably overcame. She often wondered how she would behave in a similar circumstance, and if you read on you will see that she very soon found out. Read More
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