Writing prompt – cafe observations

Go to to a cafe. Listen, observe. Make notes. Be specific: the thinning grey hair; the yapping dachshund; the coffee cups without handles. Read through your notes, highlight words and phrases that interest you. Write these at the top of a new page. Using these as inspiration,
write for at least 10 minutes without censoring or editing. Let the words flow, see where it goes.

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Writing prompt – inner critic #5

What stops you writing? Is there an internal critic that undermines your plans; tells you that your writing won’t be good enough; that you shouldn’t be writing? Write a dialogue, a debate between  your inner critic and an inner supporter; someone who believes in you, and encourages you.7291254-3d-people-in-a-debate-isolated-over-a-white-background

Write for at least 10 minutes without censoring or editing. Let the words flow, see where it goes.

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Writing prompt – inner critic #4

What stops you writing? Is there an internal critic that undermines your plans; tells you that your writing won’t be good enough; that you shouldn’t be writing? Write a fight Two-men-fighting-on-the-beach-by-Patrick-Doheny-Creative-Commonsscene between you and your inner critic. What starts it?

Write for at least 10 minutes without censoring or editing. Let the words flow, see where it goes.

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