FranklyWrite

Live Life and Practice Writing

New writers tend to define themselves as fiction writer, children’s writer, mystery writer, steampunk-dysporia-paranormal young adult writer. Among dramatic writers the boxes are fewer; comedy or drama.  But I like to say, how do you know you can not write that genre unless you try? I have created some “possibilities”  to help writers stretch and …

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Here is the next writing prompt. And it is a good one! “Visit a neighborhood you’ve never been to. Pick a random house. What’s the story behind that house and the people who live in it?” If you can do a prompt the same day that is great, if not, no worries commit to doing …

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