Am way behind on adding updates to my ‘goodwill words’ project. Here is today’s contribution. (It’s one thing to write the notes and letters. Posting them is a whole other ballgame. 🤔)
Thanks for visiting.
I’ve posted this at ednotions.com and retirerenew.com,
but thought it belonged here as well.
Click here for nextavenue.org’s exploration into each of the guidelines.
Other plot generators on the Internet–
However, if you prefer someone who’s a bit more locked in…
Take a look at this post from daily writing tips.com
Or…be your own writing coach.
Here’s an interesting look at this approach.
Write 100 words [or more] on what you the observer viewed as the person exited the building and any hints as to what went on inside the mysterious room.
Have fun with it.
Did it happen in the White House? A doctor’s office? A room at the IRS?
Who are ‘you’? Who is the ‘he’?
201 Ways to Arouse Your Creativity
— Keep a box labeled for each project. Toss everything in the box, and don’t worry about misplacing things or ideas.
from Amy Ng of Pikaland
— Choose just one creative aim for the day. What one creative project can you begin/continue/finish today?
from Dan Goodwin’s Wakeful Ways at A Big Creative Yes
from Jacob Cass at Just Creative Design