Practice your descriptive writing with this atmospheric writing prompt!
You are walking through a meadow from your house / a hotel in the country. It is Winter, and it is early morning; fog is heavy in the air.
There is someone or something on the other side of the mist. Decide whether or not you know who or what is on the other side.
Write your experience from point A to point B, paying attention to the setting.
Set 10 minutes on your timer, and write.
If you feel like you want to go for longer, set your timer again. See where the story takes you!
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Listen to insightful episodes Reading Room Podcast that will guide you through some pain points you might be stumbling across in your writing. For example, our episode with lessons from Emily Bronte’s Wuthering Heights should help you with descriptive writing! Then, you can get back to your story.
Happy writing, with your #eyestothehorizon