Research is an ongoing part of the writing process. Though, in order to make the most of what is learned, it must be accessible. As we finish the month of May and look forward to June, let’s take the next step and begin organizing the bits of knowledge we accumulate daily. Let’s look at some ways to make the most of our research and put it to use in our stories.
Here’s your writing prompt for this week:
Write about the revision process. Is there a metaphor that describes this process in relation to you?
For some writers, the revision process is tough and maybe even a little scary. For others, it’s the most fun part, maybe coming more naturally to them than drafting does. Wherever you’re at in regards to revision, write about it. Draft a poem, a silly song, or a short horror story. Just don’t forget to revise it.
It’s the final week of May. As such, it’s time to play! A roll of the Rory’s Story Cubes, Action set to help motivate more words…
Stuck? Choose one of the pictures and do a little research about it!