I live in the middle of the east coast, south of the Mason-Dixon Line. We’ve had a lot, and I mean A LOT, of weather lately (with more coming). Snow days felt like summer trying to keep a hyperactive 7 year old busy while tending to a 4 month baby, so I didn’t get to put up the Master Class last week.
Speaking of Master Class….
Here are 2 excellent examples of Master Class writing:
Tara’s “Uppity Women” answers the prompt “Bruised Crown”
AL Mabry answers the prompt “Finding Normal” with a piece of non-fiction.
And now for this week’s assignment…
Welcome to the Master Class, a writing meme with the sole purpose of keeping you writing. I’m a firm believer that the more you write, the better you get.
“Writing isn’t something you master, it’s a craft that you’ll spend the rest of your life working on.” — Patricia Bray, author of the The Sword of Change and The Chronicles of Josan fantasy trilogies.
I’m going to leave the prompts open for interpretation, and only ask that you link to Master Class, care of the badge. Share the prompt you chose, even if you don’t use the actual wordage in the story itself. I only ask that the prompt is clearly understood. There are no word count restrictions, though from time to time, you will be challenged with them.
For those of you who need rules:
- Use the prompt as a title or within the story.
- Keep it within 700 words.
- Any genre is welcome.
- Submit it by 6:00 PM EST Sunday
And now, for your prompts:
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And, as a new twist, you are welcome to choose any line from any one of your original stories to use as the inspiration for your submission.
Add the link to your story (NOT your blog) in the comments. You are welcome to submit more than once, but no more than three times before the deadline, which is Sunday 6:00 PM EST.
Here’s your badge (just right click and save as a picture or copy the url. I recommend saving it so you don’t have to look for it each time):
I can’t wait to read what you come up with!
Ready? Set? Write!!