Wednesday Writing Spot – New Year Resolutions for Writers – all under 1000 words

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One writing resolution a month. All of them under 1000 words. How hard can it be 🙂

January

In 400 words – Begin with the words, ‘A dream I would like to achieve this year is…’ 

February

In 100 words  – Write the Valentine message you wish you’d had the nerve to send.

March

In 250 words – Describe a winter sea.  Be poetic. Use metaphor and simile.

April

In 700 words -­ Write a story about clocks.

May

In 50 words – What does summer mean to you?

June
In 950 words – Write a crime story with a twist

July
In 400 words – Write a monologue from the point of view of a character you’ve just created. Have them rant about something they care passionately about.

August
In 400 words – Have the character you created previously argue with someone who has an opposing point of view.

September
In 150 words – Write a letter to Writers’ Forum or Writing Magazine. Aim for star letter.

October
In 250 words – Write a blurb for the novel you might one day write.

November
In 250 words – Write the first page of this novel.  Find a title.

December

In 100 words or less – Give us the premise of this novel OR of your next story.

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