Try writing a short love story. Think Wuthering Heights rather than Mills & Boon, avoid cliches, be bold.
Write a short story featuring a pair of shoes, but write it in the first person, present tense.. for example, ‘I am walking down the street when I ..’
A cat goes missing. Whose cat, where, when and what happens next?
Rachel is one of our favourite workshop leaders and led a brilliant workshop on plotting. Her book ‘Expiry Date’ is published by Sandstone Press and is one another in her cosy crime series of Ant and Bea mysteries. Watch my interview with Rachel below.
Meanwhile, don’t forget to submit your short story by December 2nd for possible inclusion in a simple lockdown anthology.