Feb 25th - 'On the line.'
Feb 24th - Write an acrostic poem or prose - see exercise below.
Think of an emotion or state of mind, e.g confused, angry, resigned. You can now do one of two things:
a. Write the letters down the side of a page and write an acrostic poem, one where each line starts with the given letter and the whole poem conveys the feeling.
b. Write a paragraph of prose where each sentence starts with the next letter of the word and again the whole paragraph conveys the feeling.
Example of b. ANGRY - Again, that name! Never had he heard Corinna mentioned so frequently. Great, and now his mother was at it too. Really, they could all shut up. Yes, silence, the lot of you!
Feb 23rd - Write a piece where a lie is told to protect someone else.
Feb 22nd - A character who walks with an uneven step.
Feb 21st - A person sees a photo of themself in a place they have no memory of.
Feb 20th - 'Never would have I believed that...'
Feb 19th - With everything in the room to choose from, why had she chosen the...?
Feb 18th - Up hill.
Feb 17th - 'He looks so different in the photograph,' he said.
Feb 16th - The lantern
Feb 15th - Write a piece where a character quotes from a fictional book.
Feb 14th - Valentine's Day special! - Write a piece where two people are in love without using the words 'love', 'adore', or similar.
Feb 13th - Write a piece including the words - maximum, mosquito, marble.
Feb 12th - Write a piece that takes place at a party.
Feb 11th - Use the following setting - A lake surrounded by mountains covered in snow.
Feb 10th - Write a piece including the word 'bucket'.