Please share YOUR writing with us here at WTD.
So what are you writing?
A novel? A blog post? Your best article ever? A poem? A film script?
Maybe you’ve just finished something you’re really proud of?
Or you just can’t tell whether it should get a Pulitzer or be thrown into the trash?
Here’s your chance to share and discuss with each other what you’re writing about.
It’s fair to ask, “What does engineering a novel mean?”
To paraphrase Webster, to engineer is to create and design large structures or new products or systems by using scientific methods.
But writing a novel is art, not science… isn’t it? Many writers develop their novels in ways anything but scientific.
Which isn’t necessarily the right way to go about it.
And did you ever deliver such criticism with facetiousness, sarcasm, or worse, outright malice?
Don’t worry, no one will know.
If yes, the next question is very important.
Because it was the right thing to do?
It’s time for a creative writing exercise! Whether you write fiction or non-fiction, you need to boost your creativity.
Take a look at the image above.
What’s the story?
Can you come up with a mini-drama of not more than 350 words?
Here’s how it works:
Now for the ground rules: