We have reached week thirty, the sun has shone down and people are walking around with smiles on their faces. I've almost finished re-plotting and I'm looking forward to moving forward with the new structure. I've plans for the garden this weekend along many other fun things.It's going to be fun. It's going to be busy.
Now, for your topic task for this week. With the weather being so nice, I thought we might like to take our writing outside. Find a nice place to sit and listen. What do you hear? What do you see? What do you smell? What do you taste? What do you feel? Note these things down. Once you've done this, use your notes to write a piece of creative writing. This could take the form of a short story, flash fiction, poem or an article. You may use the sound of a honey bee buzzing with the deep alluring fragrance from the lilac that drifts past on gentle breeze or mix the senses to create a nonsense piece. Or can you make the rumble from the motorway and the concrete creaking into a poem that changes the readers thoughts about the concrete jungle they live in.
Whatever you chose to do, enjoy the beauty of the outside and the brilliance of the sun.
So go on, get writing.