A Productive Day

Yesterday was a good day on the writing front 🙂 I managed to get up to date with my prompts and do some studying!

My next OCA exercise was to take a character you’ve created and apply a ‘What if?’ to them. I had a choice of four ‘What if’s’. I chose a character I’d created recently and one of the prompts just completely jumped out as being the obvious one to use. So I then, had to write how that would affect my character. Really enjoyed doing this….my ideal writing task. Creating a character and then completely mucking up their life *evil snigger*

Go have a look at how poor Stephen Saunder’s life is just about to crumble around him. Does he deserve it d’ya think? 😉

The prompt about watching someone sleep ended up being about a jilted boyfriend who appears in a woman’s bedroom. She wakes up to find him sitting there holding a knife. The one from yesterday about the grandmother, a sorry tale about a girl being warned about men who’s eyebrows meet in the middle (what film did I get that from? Lol)

Today’s prompt is her button was undone which sounds very interesting.

Went to see The Importance of Being Earnest in London last night, and I have to admit, I wasn’t too impressed with the first half. The second half was much better, but all in all, very good 🙂

I’m off to Southampton today…..more about that tomorrow 🙂

2 thoughts on “A Productive Day

  1. Well done for having such a productive day! You really do get out and about don’t you? I’m surprised you get any time to write. Have a good day in Southampton – will look forward to your post tomorrow.


  2. Thanks Sandra,

    I’m a huge believer in trying to enjoy by life, and one thing I REALLY enjoy is new experiences 🙂 I try to do at least 1 thing a week…..although, sometimes, like this week, I’m actually doing 3 things lol. I think it helps me write everyday, fresh ideas 🙂



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