Welcome to the Trinity Writing Group, based on the AWA method and following their practices, listed below, to establish a safe environment where everyone is free to explore within their own writing and listen to each other with respect.
1. Everyone’s writing, including the leader’s, is treated with equal respect and value.
This week’s writing prompts ask for your Day at the Fair stories:
A memorable day at the fair
Favorite food at the fair
Favorite ride at the fair
Favorite exhibit at the fair
Here’s what I got at Trinity Writing Group:
My favorite food at the fair is a corn dog. […]
1. Candles on the American cake
2. Advice given
3. Comfort foods
We the people should have had 242 candles on our cake yesterday:
2018 minus 1776 = 242
Onward American Writers!
Let your inner eye survey the blooming and buzzing outdoors and light on a writing prompt:
1. Swelling green tomatoes
2. Darting hummingbirds
3. A rusted wheelbarrow
4. Dark and moist soil
Write along with the Trinity Cathedral Writers for 30 minutes and let us know how it went for you, if you please.
If you’re feeling the Summer Solstice heat on our longest day of the year, find a shady spot under a tree by a cool brook (or an ice cold Starbucks), pick up your pen and notebook and consider these starter lines:
1. In the summer when I was a kid…
2. My favorite ways […]
Around the 21st of June in the northern hemisphere the summer solstice occurs, when the sun reaches its highest point of the year at the Tropic of Cancer, giving us our longest day. One more week of spring, but feels like the heat is on.
What can you get in 30 minutes […]
1. Space travel
2. The temperatures of friendship
4. Outdoor grills
As always, Reply with a Comment if you’d like to share or […]
The fifth month is about over already!!!! Time is speeding up as always, the year nearly half over so soon. Flex your fingers and see what you get from one of these prompts, or combine them as some of our Trinity Writers do.
1. alarm clock
If you feel like […]
A former sheriff and self-described kitchen table issues candidate won the real Texas May 22, 2018, runoff election! Lupe Valdez will face the incumbant in November–that should be just as exciting as the fictional election in POLITICAL DIRTY TRICK–though not as deadly, we hope.
Three related writing prompts for Thursday, May 24, […]
If your life were fiction, would it be a series or a standalone novel?
When the favorites lose . . .
Let it rip for 30 minutes… see what […]
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