Weekly Writing Prompt – #38 – Pink

What do you think of when you think of the colour pink? Like all colours there are some well known meanings, and others that aren’t so obvious. So, pink, what can it mean? – Hope– Comfort– Unconditional Love– Naiveté– Compassion– Immaturity PINK Inspired by this prompt? Add your writing down below.

Weekly Writing Prompt – #37 – White

When thinking about the colour white what is the first image that comes to mind? Maybe it’s snow falling from the sky, or a blank page waiting for words. Some of the meanings of white include:– Innocence– Purity– Cleanliness– Safety White is an interesting colour when it comes to symbolism, especially when you consider how […]

Weekly Writing Prompt – #36 – A New Language

Language, whether it’s expressed through writing or the spoken word, is a major part of human communication. Body language also reveals the hidden depths of a conversation, often saying more about what a person is thinking and feeling than the words themselves. Today’s prompt is to write about a character learning a new language. It […]

Weekly Writing Prompt – #35 – Green

Green is often linked with ideas of nature, the environment and life. The colour often has positive connotations and used to express messages such as ‘go’ and ‘safe’. Here are some more things the colour green symbolises – – Growth– Balance– Rebirth– Youth– Wealth– Envy– Jealousy– Sickness– Greed GREEN Inspired by this prompt? Add your […]

Weekly Writing Prompt – #34- Gold

The colour gold is often used to symbolise wealth, glamour and prosperity, but, depending on the context in which it is used, it can mean things such as:– Love– Courage – Passion – Magic You could base a whole story on an image the colour brings to mind, or maybe use it to highlight a […]

NaNoWriMo 2020 – Day 30 (Final Day)

With November over so is NaNoWriMo. I wrote 525 words for this last day.. My overall count for this month is 37, 067 words. Here are my stats and charts which sums up my progress: And here is my favourite extract from what I’ve written over the month – The faceless child, the details blurred […]

NaNoWriMo 2020 – Day 29

I started planning my novel again today. In the grand scheme of things I didn’t do much, but I did start getting out all of my ideas. This is something I’ll continue to do for a while so I have enough material to put into a book. Some of these ideas won’t work. Others will […]

NaNoWriMo 2020 – Day 28

I’ve started reconstructing my novel. I’m starting with my characters because I’m not sure the one which was meant to be my main character is worthy of that role. At the moment I’m debating between having multiple point of view characters and one. I don’t know if I should focus on the family elements, the […]

NaNoWriMo 2020 – Day 27

Late update because I had a fight with my internet when I tried yesterday. Day 27 had no writing. Sometimes I just need to take a step back and review what I’m doing and where I’m going with my writing. Sometimes there are other commitments which make even writing a hundred words hard. Sometimes unexpected […]

NaNoWriMo 2020 – Day 26

Little update today as I have been focusing on my academic work and didn’t write as much as I would have liked. One thing which has come out of this challenge is a better understanding of what I don’t understand. I have learnt so much about the story and the characters and I certainly feel […]