What is the following 10-letter mystery word?
Containing just two Os and an A for vowels was so courageous.
The way the first two letters matched the last two letters was truly inspirational.
Like a snapshot or a moment frozen in time.
Always taken, often framed.
They were the OG – or at least their middle two letters were…
Again we shared some interesting stories, not all fiction, but showing creativity in our writing.
We have started showing some “poetic licence” with the prompts while staying true (I hope) to the intent of the prompt. For example, changing the length of time in the prompt “Two years ago, I swore I’d never come back here again” to thirty years. This I feel is part of developing creativity in our writing. As in the past two of the writing pieces were part of developing stories, with other new pieces.
For our December class on 9 December, we have agreed to either add an ending to an existing piece of writing or perhaps edit the end of an earlier piece to add a new ending or make it more relevant to the story.
We will be starting our December class early. This will be at 1:30 in the U3A room for sharing our work, and then heading off to a local café to end up the U3A year.
And the answer to the word challenge – it was an easy one this month – is photograph.