As I’ve mentioned several times now, I’ve been trying (and, as I recall, succeeding) to do month-long writing exercises once a quarter.
This all started last October, which is to say, Halloween season — as you’ll recall from earlier to today, the Season of the Witch, if you will.
And, well, since it is October, now seems like a good time to remind you about my daily writing prompts from last October:
Kat and the Middle-Aged Moms’ Book Club
Why Do Younger Siblings Happen to Good People?
“It’s like a Wintermorn festival in my mouth!”
The Royal Aurorean Opera Company vs. the Sisters Darkstone
Dunstana May or May Not Be the Avatar of the Goddess of Luck…
The Lyte Brigade’s Training Exercise
“Treasure of Oake Island” Epilogue
(Incidentally, check out the rest of The Treasure of Oake Island here)
A Tail as Old as Time
The Young Ladies of Porthaven Build a Pillow Fort
Celebrating the Harvest Festival
(also, Canadian Thanksgiving)
Of Swords, Names, and Names of Swords that Sound Like Kinds of Cheese
Professor Styrbjorn Holds Office Hours
Dunstana and Her New Friend Sally
‘So, a Wilderling, a Half-Troll Amazon, and an Aurorean sorceress walk into a coffeehouse.’
Day 15, Part 2
Falcata Kicks Butt, also Legs Out of Legs
The Tower of Brorvonius
Nineteenth Verse, Same as Second
Pela at the Museum
1) “to adjust or make conform”
2) “an onset, spell, or period of emotion, feeling, inclination, activity, etc.”
Sally and Annie, together at last
A Princess of Elves?
Vampires don’t say ‘bleh!’
Mostly an excuse to use the word ‘amuse-bouche’
The Lyte Brigade’s Heroes’ Eve party
Heroes’ Eve night
The ballad of the Baleful Saucier
For Heroes’ Eve, Amara is Kat
Heroes’ Eve in Middlesbrooke
Winding down after Heroes’ Eve
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