Writing Fun!

Welcome to some writing fun! Here you can check out the new topic and just write. This is to help others flesh out areas of their stories and give others inspiration in the process. Each month there will be a new topic to write about and I will also be providing my own pieces to the mix. Please be respectful and do not steal others work. They have worked hard and so have you. You wouldn’t want someone to take your hard work. Use it as inspiration for a new idea, comment on their work, tell them how much you loved it! This is a place of encouragement, writing, and fun!

This Month’s Theme: Describe your favorite setting:

Is your favorite setting from a book you’ve read or is it a place you’ve visited or would like to visit? What is special about it that caused you to favor it as you do? Is it a place you hope to visit someday or have visited? I can tell you one of my favorite settings are the ones shown in LOTR. I love rolling hills, prairies, and space to roam. I have yet to visit, but it is definitely on my list! So, what is your favorite setting? Why is it your favorite setting? Go on… Let us know! We may add it to our list of places to visit or use our imagination to envision such a place!

 Describe your favorite setting and why!

May’s: What characteristics of your life/you have you included into one of your stories?

What habits, likes, dislikes, personality traits, etc have you strategically placed in one of your novels, short stories, etc? Me, personally, I have created a character with red hair, who loves hot chocolate (or dark chocolate in general) and has some of my habits such as stretching my fingers and the ability to move my ears and my nose. How about you? What characteristics do your characters share with you?

Shared Characteristics

April’s: Funny Scene

In conjunction with April Fools Day, I have decided to make this month’s theme pertain to a scene from a book, movie or life that you felt was the funniest you ever read or witnessed. Get ready for some laughs!

Hahaha, That was so funny!

March’s: Letter From You to Your Readers

To continue last month’s topic of ways to say ‘Thanks’ to all your readers. This month’s topic is: If you were to write a letter to a specific reader or all your readers in general, what would you include in that letter. Would you say a personal ‘Thank You’, include your other products/books, ask for suggestions, or just praise them for being an awesome reader?

Letter

February’s : Best free ways to say ‘Thanks’.

As a writer, I look for ways to say “Thank You” to all my readers. Comment below to give ways you say thank you to your readers. I will also be posting things that I come up with. Feel free to share with others. Let’s build an arsenal of Thank You’s to show we appreciate our readers!

thank-2

If you are a reader: what things would you like to see as a ‘Thank you’? Please be sensible and don’t go overboard with ideas. Thank you. 🙂 Have Fun!

January’s Topic: Character description.

Choose a character or use the picture below for inspiration and write about them. Their description, hobbies, jobs, likes, dislikes, family, friends, favorites, habits, backstory, and whatever else comes to your mind. Use this as a way to flesh out your current character, new character or one that you have been thinking about for some time. Let the words flow!

Picture done by Mystic Moon Media, LLC artist Cherie Gerhardt who does amazing work! Visit her at http://www.mysticmoonmedia.com 

Let your fingers fly and tell what you would include!

2 thoughts on “Writing Fun!

  1. Character Description

    Aphelia watched her sister through half closed lids. She knew her sister had been rising early to help her with her chores since she twisted her ankle three days ago. After, she would leave for most of the morning to train and hunt, providing for not only the two of them, but all of the folks that lived in their small village who were to old to hunt for themselves.
    Laying there, Aphelia thought of her sister. She envied her strength and determination often opting to complain and whine about her troubles while Talianna forged ahead with her duties without a word.
    The early morning light filtering through the only window caught the doe colored highlights in her sister’s long hair. She turned to take one last glance at her sleeping sister before leaving. Aphelia could barely make out the earthy tone of her sister’s eyes. She had never noticed the lines on her face before. Lines put there by all the pressure on her shoulders. The usual smile hiding the uncertainty of tomorrow, of what will become of them without their parents.
    Just as Talianna was about to leave, Aphelia jumped out of bed, limping to her sister’s side and hugged her tight. “I am so sorry.”
    “Aphelia, what on earth?” She grasped her sister in a hug not even realizing she was shifting to relieve the pressure on her sister’s hurt ankle.
    “You do so much and all I ever do is complain. I’m sorry.”
    “Aphelia,” crouching down to look her sister in the eyes, “everyone is allowed to complain once in a while. Even me, I just complain to the trees. They listen better.” She winked at her sister as she scooped her up and headed back to her little bed. “Get some more rest and we will do something fun when I get home. Ok? Maybe we can go visit Magnus.”
    “Really, you think he will be up for see us?”
    “He’s a bear and a very good friend. I think he would love to see you!”
    Her sister was often to tired to do much after returning home, her even mentioning that she would do something else after all her work created resolve in Aphelia’s bones to be more like her sister starting right now!

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