Crissy, Maya and Gerald warm up and get their feet wet. In this episode, they discuss the joy of finishing, and writing good sentences and how they get ideas.

Links Mentioned in this episode:

The Art of Styling Sentences by Ann Longknife Phd and K.D. Sullivan

Writing Excuses

Crissy Moss’s Website

Gerald’s blog

This Weeks Writing Prompt:

Our prompt comes from Poets & Writers

In Lauren Groff’s novel Fates and Furies (Riverhead Books, 2015) a marriage is detailed first through the husband’s perspective, then the wife’s. His memories are fond, but hers, not so much. Take on that old adage about two sides to every story and pick a supporting character from a novel, film, or short piece, and rewrite a story from his or her point of view. Experiment with how a scene or plot can be completely transformed just by a change of perspective.

One comment on “Finishing and Finding Ideas – The Bradbury Challenge Ep 2

  1. Debbie says:

    My favorite Bradbury novel is Dandelion Wine .I’ve read Bradbury since I was 10. (That was 1958, by the way)I’ve alayws liked the fact that MY birthday is so close to Halloween. For me, there is no more hauntingly beautiful time than Fall especially in New England!Every August I FEEL Fall coming! Thanks to a Fall birthday???

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