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Sentence starters

Write an interesting sentence using each of the starters below. Imagine this sentnece was the beginning of your story – can you capture your readers interest straight away? 18 more words

Sentence openers

There are different ways to open a sentence. One is a drop-in ‘ed’ clause.
e.g. Rizwan, exhausted by so much effort, went to bed.
How many openers can… 10 more words

Finally

PROMPT: Launch from the sentence-starter, “After resisting for years, I finally…” and keep your pen moving for 6 minutes.

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Writing Prompts

Sentence starters

There are many ways to start a sentence, the following example uses description: The big, black dog chased the cat along the road.

How many ways can you use description to start a sentence? 6 more words

Talk

PROMPT: Launch from the sentence-starter, “I wish you would talk to me about…” and keep your pen moving for 6 minutes.

Peek into the hidden corners of your characters by having them do this prompt.

Writing Prompts

The Folded Clock

The Folded Clock by Heidi Julavits has “a diary” as its subtitle but it’s not a diary as I’d understand one. Entries are dated but no years are given and the order is not consecutive – an entry in October might be followed by one in August. 355 more words

Character

Promised

PROMPT: Launch from the sentence-starter, “I was promised…” and keep your pen moving for 6 minutes.

Peek into the hidden corners of your characters by having them do this prompt.

Writing Prompts