This week we are going to be writing a story in which the narrator is a character. He or she can be reliable or unreliable.
This week we are going to write a story to a prompt: Balloon. The word can be the title or not and can be interpreted any way you like.
Back to our normal 500-word or so length this week. The idea is to write a story about someone who has an irrational fear of some inanimate object. Beyond that, there are no rules. Good luck.
The task this week is to have another look at the 2,000 word story on the theme of ‘Happy Endings’. We con’t normally do the same task two weeks running but this is so that last week’s absentees can catch up.
This week we are writing 2,000-word stories on the theme of ‘Happy Endings’.
This week we wrote three x one-minute films. Members of the group could choose from The Meeting, A Box or Jealousy. Or they could do all three. Then we performed them in Montpellier Gardens.
This week we took a break because we expected attendance to be very low.
This week we wrote three 100-word stories on three prompts: Spring, Park and Drama.
By popular demand we are going to try writing three-minute plays next week. Three minutes is about three sheets of paper, or about 5-600 words.You can find lots of examples of radio drama here: https://www.bbc.co.uk/writersroom/scripts/radio-dramaDon’t have too many characters: one or two is fine. We might want to act them out. Read the examples to see […]
This week’s exercise follows on from last week’s. Take your ‘Lost love’ piece and rewrite is as a short story called ‘Lost’, in the third person (He, She, They). Attempt to arrange your material in the form of a series of scenes, using dialogue and precise sensory detail. Imply as much as you state, withhold […]