Write-30 No.10

towel 1

Meagical Journey.

You are stood on a towel in the bathroom that someone has dropped. Sighing about having to stay in yet again, you say, “If only I could go to somewhere else.” Suddenly, the towel rises up in the air with you on it. You fly out the window. Where do you go?

STUCK?   Try this story starter:
“It’s not fair being stuck in this house day after day!” Sarah yells.
“Sarah, be reasonable. Everybody has got to do it,” said mum.
“Well, I hate it!” Sarah goes into the bathroom and slams the door shut. It was her favourite place to go to get away from everyone. It was her only place to go with a house full of people. The only place she would be left alone.
Standing on a discarded orange towel, Sarah looked longingly out of the window.
“I wish I could go to a land of castles, princesses and knights. It would be so much better than here,” she sighed.
Suddenly, the towel rose into the air with her on it and …

What is Write – 30?
Write – 30 is a daily activity where you write non-stop for twenty minutes then check and edit your work for 10 minutes. You will be asked to write about different subjects and in different forms.

The writing should be done on lined paper in pencil if possible. Edit and check the work in pen. If you don’t have paper and pencil, use what you can. Even a computer.

Finding it difficult? What you can do to help:

  • Always sit/work in the same place
  • Always use the same writing tools
  • Always turn the TV off
  • No talking – it distracts thinking
  • Always listen to the same piece of classical music when writing.
  • Always set yourself a goal: count the number of words. Try to beat that number the following day.

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