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Novel Kicks Writing Room: Valentine’s Day Party

Happy Wednesday and another Writing Room exercise. 

As it’s Valentine’s Day today, the exercise will be based around a Valentine’s Day Party.

Is it a party celebrating love or is it one for people who don’t have a significant other? What happens at this party?

Write up to 800 words. You could set a timer for 10 minutes?

To add to the challenge, try and get these words into your story –

Language, Love, Hate, Leave, Underneath, Sorry.

Feel free to post your writing in the comments below but as usual, there is no obligation.

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Novel Kicks Writing Room – Reflections in Conversations. 

Reflections in Conversations. 

Happy Wednesday everyone.

What I thought we could do today is write a conversation in two parts.

The situation of your story is as follows – your character is a clown and has just been fired. They’ve been told that the upcoming performance is their last one. In the first conversation you write, your character is having a conversation with another colleague just after they’ve been fired.

Then write the conversation again but the clown is alone. He is looking into the mirror as he’s putting on his make-up. He is talking to his reflection.

How different are the two conversations? Would the clown be saying something different to his colleague than he would to his reflection?

Write up to 500 words per conversation.

If you feel like sharing your writing, please do post in the comments below.

Have fun.

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Novel Kicks Fiction Friday: Magical Builder

It’s Friday which means it’s time to start writing some fiction.

Fiction Friday is our weekly writing flash fiction prompt.

The aim is to write for a minimum of five minutes and then keep going for as long as you can.

Don’t edit, just write. Once you’re done, you’re welcome to share in the comments but there’s no obligation. 

Today’s prompt: Magical Builder. 

Your character’s profession is a carpenter. They have been doing this for years but lately, business has been slow.

On the morning they decide to close the business down, a customer comes in asking your character to build them an object.

Once this object is built, the character realises it has magical powers. Word soon spreads as they continue to create objects that then become magical. They don’t know how they are managing it but as they are now successful, they don’t want to stop.

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Novel Kicks Writing Room: The Art of Letter Writing

The art of writing letters is so wonderful. 

I am such a fan of writing letters and fascinated in what can be said and the emotion that can be conveyed – how handwriting your thoughts and feelings to someone and the symbolism that represents.

So, what is the task today I hear you ask?

Writing a letter of course.

The letter is from the point of view of either the main character of a current work in progress or a favourite fictional character. The recipient is you.

What would your character say to you? What would they want to convey? Is there something about them that they want to tell you?

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Novel Kicks Writing Room: Switching

Today, I wanted to focus on a writing prompt with a bit of a twist.

Your word target is a minimum of 1000 words.

The prompt – The story begins when your character discovers an object that convinces them that they can have the superpower they desire the most.

Begin your story using the prompt and one of the genres below. It doesn’t matter which one you start with.

Here’s the twist – every 200 words, change the genre, choosing another from the list.

 

Romance

Horror

Sci-fi

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Novel Kicks Writing Room: Can Anyone See Me?

Happy Wednesday everyone.

For today’s writing room, I thought it would be fun to do a bit of free writing today but with a few additions.

Your prompt is that your character realises they have gained the ability to be invisible at will.

What do they do first? What are the consequences.

Also, just to add to the challenge, try adding these words –

Elephant, nightmare, market, eccentric, bibble. cattywampus.

Have fun with it and I look forward to hoping seeing your writing in the comments below if you feel up to sharing.

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Novel Kicks Writing Room: Prose to a Script

Today, we are looking at changing a piece of prose to a script.

I feel that it’s good to change things up every so often.

I don’t know about you but, when I am writing, I imagine everything as though I am watching a movie. I found this helps.

Take a passage from something you’ve written and convert it into a script. What would you add/take out? What would the background look like? Would you include music? Continue reading

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Novel Kicks Writing Room: Ride Transportation

Today is a straight forward writing prompt. Try and write from a third person narrative and include more than two characters.

Your character is visiting a theme park. One of the rides is styled like an old hotel which has had a mysterious thing happen to it.

The ride is functioning normally but, when you’re in the middle of the ride, there is a bolt of lightening. There is such a loud crash, you close your eyes.

When you open them, you find that the hotel environment looks new, you’re dressed differently as is everyone around you.

You’re in the lobby and it’s not long before you realise that you’re no longer experiencing the ride, you’re standing in a hotel in a famous city in the 50s.

Continue the story.

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Novel Kicks Fiction Friday: Continuation Ever After

It’s Friday which means it’s time to start writing some fiction.

Fiction Friday is our weekly writing flash fiction prompt.

The aim is to write for a minimum of five minutes and then keep going for as long as you can.

Don’t edit, just write. Once you’re done, you’re welcome to share in the comments but there’s no obligation. 

Today’s prompt: Continuation Ever After.

Today, think of your favourite fairytale and how it ended. Now write a continuation of the story. Did Cinderella adjust to Palace life or did she crave her country house? Did Belle spend all her time in the library and this annoyed the beast?

Did Hansel and Gretel face any consequences for what they did to the witch?

Have fun.

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Novel Kicks Writing Room: Making a List

Today, we are going to be making a list.

If you’re anything like me, you love a list. I feel more in control if I have a to-do list for example. Whether I complete that is another matter. Haha.

As writers, we can also benefit from having lists and that is the task today.

Grab your writers notebook and pick three of lists below. Make a list for each. Then, if you feel like doing so/are inspired, begin a story to include some of the things from your list. Begin with this first line – ‘I didn’t expect that to happen.’

List ideas:

What 10 things would you grab if your house was on fire?

Which five things could you never forgive?

List five of the worst presents you’ve ever received.

List five places you’d love to go on holiday.

List five situations you’d never like to find yourself in?

List five people who have had an influence on your life.

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Novel Kicks Fiction Friday: Accidental Mind Reader

It’s Friday which means it’s time to start writing some fiction.

Fiction Friday is our weekly writing flash fiction prompt.

The aim is to write for a minimum of five minutes and then keep going for as long as you can.

Don’t edit, just write. Once you’re done, you’re welcome to share in the comments but there’s no obligation. 

Today’s prompt: Accidental Mind Reader. 

On your way to a job interview, your character falls over and hits their head. They don’t think too much about it until the next morning.

They wake up and discover they can hear the thoughts of other humans and animals around them.

Write a conversation between your character and either another person or animal.

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Novel Kicks Writing Room: Micro Fiction

For today’s writing room, I thought we could write some micro fiction. 

Short stories are deceptively hard to write, micro fictions even more so.

Pick three out of the following genres – gothic, romance, horror, sci-fi, historic, young adult.

Now, write a 6 word short story, a 50 word short story and a 100 word short story assigning one of the genres you’ve picked to each one.

For example, I’ve chosen gothic to the 6 word short story:

Midnight struck; she’s now lost forever.

Let me know how you get on in the comments below and as always, if you feel brave enough to post your work, I’d love to read it.

Have fun!

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Novel Kicks Writing Room: Pick ‘n’ Mix

Hello and welcome to the first Novel Kicks Writing Room of 2023. 

Today, I thought it would be fun to write a short story.

Before you begin writing, pick one thing from each section. Don’t overthink it, just write down the one you’re immediately drawn to. Once you’ve done this and written your piece, ask what kind of story it is. Is it a rag to riches, a quest? You get the idea.

Let me know how you found this exercise in the comments below or if you’re feeling brave, feel free to post your story.

 

Section one – pick one of the following occupations.

A joiner, a detective, an oil rig worker, an ice hockey player, a diplomat.

 

Section Two – pick one of the following places.

The alps, a basement, top of the Shard, a cat sanctuary, a bank vault.

 

Section Three – now pick an object.

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Novel Kicks Writing Room: Character Pen Pals.

I love the art of letter writing and have a couple of pen friends myself. It got me thinking about what you reveal about yourself in a letter that you wouldn’t if you met in real life.

Take a character from one of your WIPs. If you’re currently not working on anything, pick a character from a favourite novel.

Write a quick letter to this character. Tell them about yourself – your likes, dislikes, hobbies, fears and dreams. Ask them questions. You get the picture.

Then reply back as your character. Include responses to the information you gave them, as well as answers to the questions you asked them, like you would a pen pal.

Include revealing details about them. Get into the mindset of your character. What do they want you to write about them?

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Novel Kicks Fiction Friday: First Meeting

It’s Friday which means it’s time to start writing some fiction.

Fiction Friday is our weekly writing flash fiction prompt.

The aim is to write for a minimum of five minutes and then keep going for as long as you can.

Don’t edit, just write. Once you’re done, you’re welcome to share in the comments but there’s no obligation. 

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Today’s Prompt: First Meeting. 

Your character is getting married but they have never met the person they are going to marry.

They don’t meet this person until they reach the church. Oh and there are cameras filming the whole thing.

What happens?

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Novel Kicks Writing Room: Short Story Pick and Mix

Today, our writing exercise will be a short story of between 1000 – 1500 words.

Write a short story using the prompts below. At random, pick one element from each section.

Then combine your four answers and create your characters, background etc.

Pick one each from the following:

  1. Police, Circus, Shop.
  2. Town, Country, Boat.
  3. Maggie, Brian, Jamie.
  4. Letter, Article, Doorbell.

I’d love to see what you come up with. If you feel comfortable enough to do so, post your story in the comments below.

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Novel Kicks Fiction Friday: Mirror Mirror on the Wall

It’s Friday which means it’s time to start writing some fiction.

Fiction Friday is our weekly writing flash fiction prompt.

The aim is to write for a minimum of five minutes and then keep going for as long as you can.

Don’t edit, just write. Once you’re done, you’re welcome to share in the comments but there’s no obligation. 

 

Today’s prompt: Mirror Mirror on the Wall.

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Novel Kicks Writing Room: Writing a Letter to Your Younger Self

Writing a letter to your younger self.

As I attempt to edit the drafts of my first novel, I have been thinking a lot about how much I can hold myself back, mostly through lack of confidence.

I have never been the most assured person but, as a sixteen year old, I seemed to be a lot more fearless than I am now. How does that happen?

Something I thought might be helpful is to write a letter of advice to my younger self.

What would you tell your 16 year-old-self? It doesn’t necessarily need to focus just on your writing life. It could be about anything.

Try it and see how you get on.

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Novel Kicks Fiction Friday: We’re Going on an Easter Egg Hunt

It’s Friday which means it’s time to start writing some fiction.

Fiction Friday is our weekly writing flash fiction prompt.

The aim is to write for a minimum of five minutes and then keep going for as long as you can.

Don’t edit, just write. Once you’re done, you’re welcome to share in the comments but there’s no obligation. 

 

Today’s prompt: We’re going on an Easter Egg Hunt.

Your character is in their 20’s. They wake up on Good Friday and find a colourful envelope on their pillow.

It is addressed to them. They live alone so they don’t know where it has come from.

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Novel Kicks Writing Room: Change a Story’s POV

For today’s writing room, change a story’s POV.

Sometimes, it can be good to change it up a little.

Take a passage from either a current work in progress of your own or a favourite novel.

Change the POV of the main character and rewrite the passage.

What would a scene from Pride and Prejudice be like from the point of view of Lady Catherine De Burgh or what about if Rom was the main character in a Harry Potter scene?

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Novel Kicks Fiction Friday: Dear Son/Daughter

It’s Friday which means it’s time to start writing some fiction.

Fiction Friday is our weekly writing flash fiction prompt.

The aim is to write for a minimum of five minutes and then keep going for as long as you can.

Don’t edit, just write. Once you’re done, you’re welcome to share in the comments but there’s no obligation. 


Today’s prompt: Dear Son/Daughter… 


You receive a text message from your estranged parent telling you they are in trouble and you need to come meet them on the other side of the country.
You decide to go.

You have a week to get there and no transport.

How do you feel? What do you do?

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Novel Kicks Fiction Friday: I Believe in Father Christmas?

It’s Friday which means it’s time to start writing some fiction.

Fiction Friday is our weekly writing flash fiction prompt.

The aim is to write for a minimum of five minutes and then keep going for as long as you can.

Don’t edit, just write. Once you’re done, you’re welcome to share in the comments but there’s no obligation. 

 

Today’s prompt: I believe in Father Christmas? 

It’s Christmas Eve. You are woken up by a noise coming from your lounge.

You walk slowly into the room and find Father Christmas putting presents under your tree. But… this is impossible. Right?

Without saying anything, he smiles, clicks his fingers and you’re suddenly with him on the sleigh, travelling very fast.

He then says hello.

Continue the story.

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Novel Kicks Writing Room: Twelve Days of Christmas

Happy Wednesday everyone. 

For today’s writing room, I thought it would be good to just write.

As its December, the theme is going to be centred around Christmas.

Twelve days before Christmas, you arrive home to find an envelope on your doormat.

Your name is on the front, written in cursive writing that you don’t recognise. There is no stamp so it has been hand delivered.

When you open it, there is simply a clue, ‘on the twelfth day of Christmas, my true love gave to me… to find out, go to the car park on Morgan Ave at 6pm today.’ 

Carry on the story, using the song as inspiration.

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Novel Kicks Fiction Friday: Random Page Story Starter

It’s Friday which means it’s time to start writing some fiction.

Fiction Friday is our weekly writing flash fiction prompt.

The aim is to write for a minimum of five minutes and then keep going for as long as you can.

Don’t edit, just write. Once you’re done, you’re welcome to share in the comments but there’s no obligation. 

Today’s prompt: random page story starter. 

Pick a random book from your book shelf or Kindle.

Open it to page fifty-two. Go to the fifth sentence on the page.

That is now the first line of your short story.

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Novel Kicks Writing Room – NaNoWriMo Writing Sprint

Through November, I take part in National Novel Writing Month.

The idea, if you’ve never heard of it, is to write 50,000 words in thirty days.

That works out to about 1,667 words per day. This is what I usually aim for as a minimum, but I also don’t go over by much. Why? I like the community of the event. I like reaching that last 1,667 on or around 30thNovember. I’ve rushed through it before, and it wasn’t as exciting. One year, I had finished by 18th November and there was such an anti-climactic feeling of “oh, OK. What now?”

No, I much prefer to take it slow. 1,667 words a day is manageable to me. That’s not to say that it always comes easy. Some days, it takes me all afternoon to reach that target.

Finishing early is a bad thing. It just doesn’t work for me. What is good for you is the most important thing.

One of the things I have found helpful is writing sprints. These are made up of small writing challenges. They are usually based on a theme and do require a little imagination. If you want to see more examples, click here. I find them so helpful and fun. They have helped me improve my word output on more than one occasion.

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Novel Kicks Fiction Friday: Surprise Party

It’s Friday which means it’s time to start writing some fiction.

Fiction Friday is our weekly writing flash fiction prompt.

The aim is to write for a minimum of five minutes and then keep going for as long as you can.

Don’t edit, just write. Once you’re done, you’re welcome to share in the comments but there’s no obligation. 

Today’s prompt: Surprise Party.

Your character has been told to be at a restaurant at a certain time. As it’s their birthday, they assume it’s a surprise party. Full of excitement, they make their way to the venue.

When they arrive, there is a surprise but not the one they were expecting.

Sitting around the table are five people. They are your character’s five major relationships. None of these ended well.

Start the conversation with ‘Sit down. We need to talk.’ 

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Novel Kicks Fiction Friday: Superhero Confession

It’s Friday which means it’s time to start writing some fiction.

Fiction Friday is our weekly writing flash fiction prompt.

The aim is to write for a minimum of five minutes and then keep going for as long as you can.

Don’t edit, just write. Once you’re done, you’re welcome to share in the comments but there’s no obligation. 

Today’s prompt: Superhero confession

Write from the point of view of someone who has to tell a loved one that they have not only superpowers but a nemesis.

The person/people your character loves are in danger.

First line: ‘what are you doing here? It’s late.’

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Novel Kicks Fiction Friday: Running From The Circus

It’s Friday which means it’s time to start writing some fiction.

Fiction Friday is our weekly writing flash fiction prompt.

The aim is to write for a minimum of five minutes and then keep going for as long as you can.

Don’t edit, just write. Once you’re done, you’re welcome to share in the comments but there’s no obligation. 

Today’s prompt: Running From The Circus. 

The circus comes to town but instead of wanting to run to it, your character wants to run as far away from it as possible.

The circus and your character have history and when they met someone from their past, they can’t run.

Starting line – ‘well, I didn’t think I would see you again.’ 

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Novel Kicks Writing Room: Put Your Reader into The Story

One of the things I am struggling most with the draft of my first novel is putting the reader into my story. 

Put it this way, there’s currently many adjectives and a lot of telling, not showing.

The thing I have heard many writers say when giving writing advice is to try and put your reader into the scene.

For example, don’t just say I walked up the hall and was scared, but try something like my heart thumped as I crept up the hall, the banging getting louder the closer I got.

I know, not my finest work but hopefully you get my point.

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Novel Kicks Fiction Friday: Your Repeated Horrible Day

It’s Friday which means it’s time to start writing some fiction.

Fiction Friday is our weekly writing flash fiction prompt.

The aim is to write for a minimum of five minutes and then keep going for as long as you can.

Don’t edit, just write. Once you’re done, you’re welcome to share in the comments but there’s no obligation. 

 

Today’s prompt: Your repeated horrible day… 

You get home from the worst day of your life. You are so exhausted that you fall asleep in the same clothes.

When you wake up the next morning, things are feeling a little too familiar but you can’t quite put your finger on why.

As you gradually start your day, you realise that you’re reliving the horrible day you had the day before.

And the same the next day, and the next and the next. You’ve found yourself in a Groundhog Day.

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Novel Kicks Fiction Friday: My Best Friends From TV

It’s Friday which means it’s time to start writing some fiction.

Fiction Friday is our weekly writing flash fiction prompt.

The aim is to write for a minimum of five minutes and then keep going for as long as you can.

Don’t edit, just write. Once you’re done, you’re welcome to share in the comments but there’s no obligation. 

 

Today’s prompt: my best friends from the TV. 

Pick two of the main characters from the last TV show you watched. They are now your best friends.

Your setting is an ice-cream shop. There are ten tables, five of which are occupied (including the one you’re sat at.)

Then, out of nowhere, everything goes dark.

Continue the story.

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Novel Kicks Fiction Friday: Crossroads

It’s Friday which means it’s time to start writing some fiction.

Fiction Friday is our weekly writing flash fiction prompt.

The aim is to write for a minimum of five minutes and then keep going for as long as you can.

Don’t edit, just write. Once you’re done, you’re welcome to share in the comments but there’s no obligation. 

 

Today’s prompt is Crossroads. 

Your character is walking along, minding their own business. The sun is bright and the area around them is busy.

When they reach a pedestrian crossing, they press the button and wait to cross. Suddenly, all the noise and people around them disappear. It’s quiet and still.

Ahead of them, the lights disappear and a dirt road appears. At the end is a sign post.

‘Go right to return to your life.’

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Novel Kicks Fiction Friday: Christmas in July

It’s Friday which means it’s time to start writing some fiction.

Fiction Friday is our weekly writing prompt.

The aim is to write for a minimum of five minutes and then keep going for as long as you can.

Once you’ve finished, don’t edit, just post in the comments box below if you’d like. 

Today’s prompt: Christmas in July.

Your character doesn’t like holidays and celebrations at all.

They particularly don’t like all this Christmas in July nonsense.

So, what happens if they fall and suddenly find themselves in a world where it is always Christmas?

First line ‘Gold, red and green lights, what is this?’ 

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Novel Kicks Fiction Friday: Familiar Days

It’s Friday which means it’s time to start writing some fiction.

Fiction Friday is our weekly writing prompt.

The aim is to write for a minimum of five minutes and then keep going for as long as you can.

Once you’ve finished, don’t edit, just post in the comments box below.

 

Today’s prompt: Familiar Days.

You have a bad day. Everything that can go wrong does go wrong.

You are pleased when it’s time for bed.

When you wake up, you find yourself reliving your bad day. And it happens again and again and again.

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Novel Kicks Fiction Friday: I Remember

It’s Friday which means it’s time to start writing some fiction.

Fiction Friday is our weekly writing prompt.

The aim is to write for a minimum of five minutes and then keep going for as long as you can.

Once you’ve finished, don’t edit, just post in the comments box below.

 

Today’s prompt: I Remember…. 

 

You wake up one morning and discover a world without books.

You ask people about them and no one knows what you’re talking about. In fact, you’re the only one that remembers them. You are the only one that owns books.

Write about what happens when your small selection of books is discovered. Are you seen positively or otherwise?

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Novel Kicks Writing Room: The Middle of the Action

Welcome back to the Novel Kicks Writing Room.

Today, I wanted to do some free-writing but focused around beginning the story in the middle of the action.

Using dialogue as your starting line, write up to 500 words of an action scene that puts the reader in the middle of the action. Continue to use dialogue as much as you can.

For example, ‘You need to jump. Now.’

Who your character is in terms of age and background is up to you.

You are welcome to use my example if you like.

Let me know in the comments if you try this and how you found it. What was easy or difficult about it?

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Novel Kicks Fiction Friday: Freaky Friday

It’s Friday which means it’s time to start writing some fiction.

Fiction Friday is our weekly writing prompt.

The aim is to write for a minimum of five minutes and then keep going for as long as you can.

Once you’ve finished, don’t edit, just post in the comments box below.

 

Today’s Prompt: Freaky Friday

You have a chance encounter with the person you envied in school. You have always wanted to know what it was like to be them.

When you wake up the following day, you discover you and this person have swapped bodies. They are now you, you are now them.

Write about your day and how you attempt to make things right? Are things as great as you imagined?

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Novel Kicks Writing Room: Freewriting Objects

Happy July everyone. 

For the writing room today, I thought we could do some free writing.

First, write down the first four objects that come to your mind.

You are looking under your bed for something.

At the very back, behind some bags, is a shoebox. It is dusty. It’s not been touched for a while. It’s a box you’ve never seen before and you didn’t put it there.

You open it and discover….

Set a timer – ten minutes per object. Write about finding each one.

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Novel Kicks Fiction Friday: Trapped in a Lift

It’s Friday which means it’s time to start writing some fiction.

Fiction Friday is our weekly writing prompt.

The aim is to write for a minimum of five minutes and then keep going for as long as you can.

Once you’ve finished, don’t edit, just post in the comments box below.

 

Today’s prompt: Trapped in a lift. 

Three people find themselves trapped in a lift.

These people have not seen each other for a few years.

They are all enemies.

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Novel Kicks Fiction Friday: Stranded

It’s Friday which means it’s time to start writing some fiction.

Fiction Friday is our weekly writing prompt.

The aim is to write for a minimum of five minutes and then keep going for as long as you can.

Once you’ve finished, don’t edit, just post in the comments box below.

Today’s prompt: Stranded.

You wake up to find that you’re on a deserted Island. You don’t remember how you got there. The last you remember, you were at home.

There doesn’t seem to be anyone around until you are approached by an animal. Yes, this animal seems to be able to walk like a human can.

What shocks you even more is when this animal smiles at you, welcomes you to the island and hands you a tent.

Continue the story…

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