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WRITING 101: Coffee Shop Observations

For today’s Writing 101 assignment we were given the theme of a coffee shop, and as soon as I read that I knew I had something for it. I have a notebook which I sometimes take into coffee shops and write what’s around me. It’s quite short, and I have edited it a bit and… Continue reading WRITING 101: Coffee Shop Observations

Creation (a.k.a. Writing) · Writing 101

WRITING 101: Letter to an Author

Today’s Writing 101 assignment was to write a letter, so I decided to write a letter to an author. More specifically Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. Dear Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, Firstly, you have one of the most pretentious names I have ever come across. Ironically the only person who beats you in that aspect is… Continue reading WRITING 101: Letter to an Author

Creation (a.k.a. Writing) · Writing 101

WRITING 101: A Story in a Single Image

For today’s Writing 101 assignment we were given four images and from those images we had to choose one as our muse. I chose the window attic picture. I have a real urge to make this a very gory short story, but I feel like for me personally that’s an obvious route to go down.… Continue reading WRITING 101: A Story in a Single Image

Creation (a.k.a. Writing) · Writing 101

WRITING 101: I write because…

From September 7th to October 2nd I will be taking part in the Blogging U.¬†Writing 101 course. This is where I will get writing prompts and, hopefully, I will be writing and posting every weekday. I will be posting my usual posts too, but I will, again hopefully, also be posting for the course. Today’s… Continue reading WRITING 101: I write because…

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Answering the Age Old Question – A Short Story

This short story is entirely fiction and is something I have written myself. Any and all constructive criticism is accepted (as long as it’s not rude).¬† Arthur Graham’s utterly hideous mustard yellow bowler hat with a peacock feather motif was carried off of his balding head by the wind. Whilst the wind was strong, it… Continue reading Answering the Age Old Question – A Short Story