What scene does this prompt in you?
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Who is Skateboard Girl?
Focus: Create a sympathetic, relatable character with a backstory, unique gifting, and mysterious goal.
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No one knew what was under the tree except me…
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The bright lights blinded me as I walked into the tent…
Focus of the prompt: Showing the five senses.
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It was a small cave. Good thing I was small too. Now, if I could only get inside without anyone noticing…
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What I learned from a Writing Fiction College Course
Currently, I am enrolled at Edmonds Community College as a Running Start Student, which means I’ve been doing a lot of writing. Sadly not the fun kind of writing I wish I was doing, just a bunch of boring academic essays. I know, gross. Word of advice, when signing up for your first quarter of college classes, don’t pick two five credit English classes; since nobody told me that, that is exactly what I did. I picked the basic English 101 course, and English 161, or a Writing Fiction class. Needless to say I was excited to have an excuse to write fiction for school, but the class I got was much different than I expected. Here’s some things I gleaned from my experience. Continue reading →