Quarantine Writer’s Block Short Story by L.H. Westerlund

I’m excited to share the winning short story composed by L.H. Westerlund written for the contest associated with Quarantine Writer’s Block: Exercise 1. This short story seized an every day object sitting on the desk and turned it into a curiosity adventure. Enjoy! It looked inconspicuous. It looked like a hair accessory, that was theContinue reading “Quarantine Writer’s Block Short Story by L.H. Westerlund”

So… Where am I? What’s Next?

Update: 11 May 2020 I’ve been trying to write this update for days. Every time I get a chance to sit down at the computer to try to write it I am called away from the computer because life is hectic for everyone right now. I finally wrote the first draft using my phone andContinue reading “So… Where am I? What’s Next?”

Quarantine Writing T-Shirts Prize Discussion

In my previous post I created a writing contest. I decided to make t-shirts because I wanted t-shirts for me. I want to be able to offer a prize (the t-shirt or something with funds raised with them) to authors that submit amazing stories. There’s a poll about that here. There are three campaigns andContinue reading “Quarantine Writing T-Shirts Prize Discussion”

Quarantine Writer’s Block: Exercise 1

Object Oriented Fiction Writing How To Use An Object (Short Story // Warm Up) Visualize an object in your mind, or better yet, look for something “weird” you own. Nana’s embroidery project from three summer’s ago that she gave you for your birthday? Perfect! That Betsy Johnson cat locket ring you picked up for 50Continue reading “Quarantine Writer’s Block: Exercise 1”