Weekly Writing Prompt — March 2, 2016 Edition


March already! I hope you’re making all your writing goals for 2016. If you’ve fallen off the path of success, no time like now to get back on it.
March always seems to be a month where things go very well or very badly for me, personally. Therein lies your writing prompt. I want you to think about the months of the year as distinct characters. Then write a short story about your particular character. Your goal is at least 1,500 words. But if you only get 1,000 or come up with more like 2,500, that’s fine, too. The goal is to write and come up with something unique. I’d love to see some of you post this exercise on your individual blogs, too.
Well what are you waiting for? The Ides of March? Blargh! Get on it! The author in you demands it.
Remember, March 19 is the date of the next workshop. The subject is:  Direct Application of Critique to Enhance Your Novel
Lastly, the much delayed anthology that yours truly is a part of is going to be hitting your favorite bookseller soon. In as much, I’ll be interviewing with NPR next week in Seattle regarding the anthology. More details as they arrive. To be sure, all of you will be with me in that broadcast booth.
Now your moment of Writing Zen:
“When the going gets weird, the weird turn pro.” ~ Hunter S. Thompson

What did you Write today?

Casondra Brewster
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“But words are things, and a small drop of ink,
Falling, like dew upon a thought, produces
That which makes thousands, perhaps millions, think.” ~ Lord Byron