Easter Writing Task

So this morning we had a relaxing exercise at Tuesday Writer's Club. Tony is joining us by telephone. You are not going to believe this; Tony does not have a computer. At all, by choice. So here is my attempt at the challenging task. The Easter Bunny has finished his work…   “Never again,” He … Continue reading Easter Writing Task

The Difference

Hello folks, another exercise for my writing group; find links between 2 disparate things and then write something comedic. Not an original idea of mine, a long time comedy staple. But after all its important to remember the classics. Guess which two I was writing about: It’s Little Eddie’s first day. The big car drops … Continue reading The Difference

I Writied A Thing

Tuesday Writer's club, you know the sad shadow of my time in KSP (cursed be that place), when Alex, Tabby, Charlie and I sit at the dining room table and pretend we can still pretend to learn to write. A really nice guy joins us.  Anyway today we did an exercise in honour of Troglet … Continue reading I Writied A Thing

Christmas in July – The Tablet Version

As previously mentioned in Christmas in July - Lisa's: and Christmas in July - View from an Alex   KSP Writer's Centre A.K.A. The greatest writing centre in the world were having a literary dinner the evening of my Tuesday Writers Circle. So I made that our writing theme. Mum again wouldn't write (because she … Continue reading Christmas in July – The Tablet Version

Christmas in July – View from an Alex

As previously mentioned in Christmas in July - Lisa's: KSP Writer's Centre A.K.A. The greatest writing centre in the world were having a literary dinner the evening of my Tuesday Writers Circle. So I made that our writing theme. Mum again wouldn't write (because she is stubborn) and no one who wasn't family came (because … Continue reading Christmas in July – View from an Alex

Christmas in July – Lisa’s

KSP Writer's Centre A.K.A. The greatest writing centre in the world were having a literary dinner the evening of my Tuesday Writers Circle. So I made that our writing theme. Mum again wouldn't write (because she is stubborn) and no one who wasn't family came (because too many have met me). But triumphantly Tablet wrote, … Continue reading Christmas in July – Lisa’s

I Tried Teachering Sumting to Tablet at KSP

And she actually wroteded sumting so I are a superer teacherer. And dis' is what she wrotered: “Lita! Wait!” Lita turned at the voice to see Nadia swiftly moving through the crowded market street toward her. “What is it?” Lita asked the young cat girl. Nadia took a moment to catch her breath before replying, … Continue reading I Tried Teachering Sumting to Tablet at KSP

KSP Exercise – POV

I may have been ignoring my blog but I've still been facilitating at KSP Writers' Centre.  Admittedly mostly Tabby and Alex but I believe technically there are considered people.  And they do pay, actually I pay.  That's right I pay to boss about my own kids.  Actually thinking about it, they listen to me; money … Continue reading KSP Exercise – POV

Exercising the Writing Muscles.

Yes the crazy characters at KSP Writing Centre are still letting me give real people exercises to do.  Here's last week's: To write about writing is such a drag The only thing worse is my facillitator’s nag Without a life of her own, she’s destroying mine! If I was asleep at home all would be … Continue reading Exercising the Writing Muscles.

KSP A Dialogue Exercise

Now don't be silly!  This was a very sensible exercise to encourage us to improve our creativity by using predominantly dialogue to illustrate a specific scene.  Lisa - Lisa Wolstenholme, our facilitator and resident genius had a very specific scene in mind. That's right! And the conversation was to be conducted by sheep. My piece. … Continue reading KSP A Dialogue Exercise