Writing Exercises


Writing Exercises

Featured Writing Exercises & Prompts   Welcome to the Write Divas Featured Writing Exercises & Prompts! This week’s writing exercise is a “what if” lesson. Imagine a world where soap was never invented, soap was never made widely available to the general population, or humanity never realized the importance of soap to cleanliness and health. Now take a scene from one of your stories and...

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Writing Exercises

Featured Writing Exercises & Prompts   Welcome to the Write Divas Featured Writing Exercises & Prompts! This week’s writing exercise involves description. In what unique way will you do the following: Write a scene where your character is describing snow to someone who’s never experienced it before. We hope you enjoy this feature and feel free to share the results of your hard work. ~...

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Writing Exercises

Featured Writing Exercises & Prompts Welcome to the Write Divas Featured Writing Exercises & Prompts! This week’s writing exercise combines an unlikely pair: tragedy and humor. In today’s world it’s not hard to find both. How will you spin the scene? Writing Exercise: Write a scene involving a tragic circumstance but make it humorous We hope you enjoy this feature and feel free to share...

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Writing Exercises

Featured Writing Exercises & Prompts Welcome to the Write Divas Featured Writing Exercises & Prompts! Dysfunction. We’ve all seen those families, some of us are even a part of them, in fact most families have some form or manifestation of dysfunction because, let’s face it, no one’s perfect, right? With the Thanksgiving holiday right around the corner, we wanted to sprinkle your holiday creativity with...

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Writing Exercises

Featured Writing Exercises & Prompts Welcome to the Write Divas Featured Writing Exercises & Prompts! This week’s writing exercise involves a superhero, her child, and her archenemy.   A superhero takes her child trick-or-treating and accidentally discovers the secret lair of her archenemy. Write the scene in a different POV than you normally would. How will you spin this scene?   We hope you enjoy...

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Writing Exercises

 Featured Writing Exercises & Prompts   Welcome to the Write Divas Featured Writing Exercises & Prompts! This week’s writing exercise asks you to go completely colorblind in the explanation of your scene. Use metaphors, similes, and descriptive comparison—but no colors—to describe your world to the reader. Get as creative as you can without the colors of the rainbow.     We hope you enjoy this feature and...

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Writing Exercises

Featured Writing Exercises & Prompts   Welcome to the Write Divas Featured Writing Exercises & Prompts! This week’s writing exercise is designed to help authors improve the flow of their scenes without the use of introductory participial phrases, for example:   Straightening his tie, Ramon mentally prepared to cross-examine the witness.   The phrase that has the strike-through is an introductory participial phrase, and because...

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Writing Exercises

Featured Writing Exercises & Prompts   Welcome to the Write Divas Featured Writing Exercises & Prompts! This week’s writing exercise is a fun exercise with point of view. Admit it. You have a favorite Disney® character. It’s okay if it’s not Belle, Merida, Snow White, or Aladdin. Perhaps you’d rather be Maleficent, Gaston, Hans, or Attila. In fact, you could widen your circle of favorites...

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Writing Exercises

Featured Writing Exercises & Prompts   Welcome to the Write Divas Featured Writing Exercises & Prompts! This week’s writing exercise is to write a murder scene from a point of view of the weapon doing the killing. During this exercise, refrain from transferring the killer’s emotion and motives to the weapon. This scene is about the weapon doing what it does best. How will you spin...

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Writing Exercises

Featured Writing Exercises & Prompts   Welcome to the Write Divas Featured Writing Exercises & Prompts! This week’s writing exercise  is about focus. Start your paragraph hyperfocused—the striations in a blade of grass or a reflection in a droplet of water—and as you write each sentence, pull back your focus a little until the big picture is revealed.   Example: Describe a color and a texture—brown, dry, and...

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