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Writing 101: Day Twenty – The Future

Writing 101 day twenty, last task, Congratulations! It’s the final day of Writing 101. We hope these prompts have encouraged you to brainstorm and write in new ways and introduced you to new… Continue reading

Writing 101: Day Nineteen – Feature A Guest (Round-Up)

Writing 101 day nineteen, As mentioned on Day 11, today is the day to publish your collaboration post! Ideally, you reached out to a candidate and gathered what you needed. Today, publish this… Continue reading

Writing 101: Day Eighteen – A Map As Your Muse

Writing 101 day eighteen, With maps, we tell tales about ourselves and the places we come from, that we miss, that we’ve reshaped in our minds. We use maps to identify and explore… Continue reading

Writing 101: Day Seventeen – Mine Your Own Material

Writing 101 day seventeen, The physical artifacts of our lives act as our raw material: hardbound journals, photo albums, newspaper clippings, belongings handed down to us. But these days, we also document and… Continue reading

Writing 101: Day Sixteen – Search Your Stats For A Post Idea

Writing 101 day sixteen, Your stats page isn’t just a place to monitor your views and visitors, referrers and clicks, and a snapshot of your posting activity. You can find ideas for future… Continue reading

Writing 101: Day Fifteen – Take A Cue From Your Readers

Today’s Writing 101 day fifteen, Remember the poll or contact form that you set up during week two to collect ideas from your readers? Write today’s post based on one of the ideas… Continue reading

Writing 101: Day Fourteen – Recreate A Single Day

Today’s Writing 101 day fourteen, You might sense by now that setting limits on your writing can be both liberating andproductive. You’ve already experimented with word count and timed free-writes in previous assignments,… Continue reading

Writing 101: Day Thirteen – Compose A Series Of Vignettes (Stormy Weather)

Today’s Writing 101 day thirteen, Repetition and accumulation give structure and momentum to a piece of writing — and help your readers stay engaged (it’s one of the reasons why lists, which we’ve… Continue reading