February 2022 Writing Exercises

Much as I did in October 2021, I made the most of February 2022 by writing a short scene every day (plus two from the end of January).

Here are the results of those exercises.

January 30:

A Per Diem Pirate

A ship in front of some rocky cliffs.
Photo by GEORGE DESIPRIS on Pexels.com

January 31:

Kat vs. the Traditional Cuisine of Yamatai

A bowl of East Asian noodle soup, with chopsticks.
Photo by Cats Coming on Pexels.com

February 1:

Kat vs. Amara and the Traditional Folk Costume of Yamatai

A woman in a green kimono.
Photo by Yaroslav Shuraev from Pexels

February 2:

Kat’s Cat (acts like a dog)

A white cat.
Photo by Emily Hopper on Pexels.com

February 3:

The Boot’s on the Other Glove Now, Sally Lyte

An Easter bunny decoration with some Easter eggs.
Photo by Jill Wellington on Pexels.com

February 4:

Kat & Bruna and the Pink Foxhound, part 1

A hand holding a battle axe.
Photo by Andrei on Pexels.com

February 5:

Kat & Bruna and the Pink Foxhound, part 2

Abstract pink colours.
Photo by mrish_marina_alekseevna on Pexels.com

February 6:

The Weasel Girl of Porthaven

A person holding a weasel.
Photo by Serena Koi on Pexels.com

February 7:

And so, we learn it is not the Floor which is made of lava, but ourselves

A lava flow.
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February 8:

A Day in the Life of a Tiny Pirate’s First Mate

A tall ship sailing into the sunset.
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February 9:

Eleonora Strahlend: The J.B. Norman of Porthaven

An open book.
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February 10:

Kat and Amara Read Trashy Romance Novels

Decorated wooden letters spelling out "love".
Photo by rovenimages.com on Pexels.com

February 11:

Sandford Whitehead’s Tragical Historie Tour

A stage curtain in a theatre, with audience.
Photo by Monica Silvestre on Pexels.com

February 12:

Manus Australis

A forest river.
Photo by Ian Turnell on Pexels.com

February 13:

Big Pirate, Little Pirate

A red-haired female pirate napping on a chair.
Photo by Victoria Borodinova on Pexels.com

February 14:

Happy Day of Concord!

Many paper hearts on a red background.
Photo by Monstera on Pexels.com

February 15:

Space is Indeed the Place

A starscape.
Photo by Hristo Fidanov on Pexels.com

February 16:

More About Dwarven Folk Costume
Than You’ve Ever Wanted to Know

Knitting in progress.
Photo by Flora Westbrook on Pexels.com

February 17:

Lucia vs. Roland & Catnip

Some plant leaves.
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February 18:

The Mistress of the Way of the Sword,
the Lady of Explosion Magic…

The interior of a bar.
Photo by David Guerrero on Pexels.com

February 19:

… And one very unhappy Darkstone

A column of smoke.
Photo by rizknas on Pexels.com

February 20:

Hither Came Overwrought Exposition

A stack of old parchments.
Photo by Towfiqu barbhuiya on Pexels.com

February 21:

Anneliese’s Forehead vs. Dwarven Architecture

A door open to a beach.
Photo by Harrison Haines on Pexels.com

February 22:

Roland & Alchemy-themed Combat Techniques
vs. Bandits

A fist.
Photo by NEOSiAM 2021 on Pexels.com

February 23:

The Eternal Struggle

Jars in a cupboard.
Photo by Pixabay on Pexels.com

February 24:

A Lyte Brigade Stuffed Animal Tea Party

Some stuffed animals.
Photo by Karolina Grabowska on Pexels.com

February 25:

An utter Kat-astrophe!

A grey cat.
Photo by Skitterphoto on Pexels.com

February 26:

Stained glass images arranged in a spiral.
Photo by Pixabay on Pexels.com

February 27:

The Spectacular Selvario Sisters?

A hand raised in a 'stop' gesture.
Photo by Engin Akyurt on Pexels.com

February 28:

A Trip to the Wrasslin’

A man flexing.
Photo by Pixabay on Pexels.com

There you have it: 28 scenes for February and 2 bonuses from the end of January.

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