Hello one and all, we meets again as writing 101 powers on. This piece here was an interesting one to work on. I was asked to write a piece in the form of a dialogue, that was a challenge in itself, but the assignment had a twist, the two voices in the piece had … Continue reading Writing 101, Day 7: Knight and Day
Pardon me as I brush aside the cob webs of my blog space once more. My contribution to day 6 of this blogging challenge is finally up. I was asked to write about the most interesting person I've met recently. This was a hard one, this was an interesting one, this stretch my writing voice … Continue reading Writing 101, Day 6: Character Building
Less is more!! I'm used to spinning yarns at the mercy of my forever chattering conscience. Today my tale had to be short and sweet! Here is the scenario people, I'm walking along a path, road or street, and I stumble upon a letter right there in my path. The letter moves me, something written … Continue reading Writing 101, Day 5: Brevity
We slip through this river of time together, I remember your faces. It's a crowded place sometimes, at times its deadly silent, I don't know where this current takes us, but I'm certain our journey's end. We are never in the same place twice, that is the nature of this river, it is the … Continue reading Writing 101, Day 4: Seriously lost
Daily post have presented a nice challenging task for writing 101. Select 3 important songs to you, they say. Little did they know about the panic and intense pondering they had plunged me into. For me, selecting only 3 important songs to talk about, is like gathering my close friends and family into one room … Continue reading Writing 101, Day 3: Top 3 Selected, 2.
The prompt for the day was to write a descriptive piece. I had to think of one place I would love to journey to, I'd have to go there, I'd have to share it with you, paint you a picture of this important place. I turned to nostalgia for my answer, and I wrote, … Continue reading Writing 101, Day 2: A Room With a View
Daily post have kindly brought back Writing 101. As usual, I'm a day behind, None the less I will be tucking into the delicious feast of prompts on offer for the blogging U. Day one was a task in free writing. We had to let words fall on to paper for 20 minutes and post … Continue reading Writing 101, Day One: Unlock Your Mind