Write about the memory you’d choose to take into eternity with you. What happened?
The coronavirus is on everyone’s mind and is changing the way we lead our lives. Why not write about this subject?
What changes has it caused in your life and that of your friends and family? What are the things that are on your mind? How to you deal with the anxiety that this new disease is causing? What do you do to relax or to take your mind off the terrible headlines in the newspaper or news reports on TV? Writing is a great way to deal with things that trouble us and a way to gain better understanding.
Consider even making a comic strip at MakeBeliefsComix.com to examine some of these issues and concerns of yours. By writing or creating graphic stories you gain power over your fears and, thus, empower yourself.
Imagine that, like ”Frankenstein” author Mary Shelley, you will write a supernatural tale ”to curdle the blood and quicken the beatings of the heart.” What will be the opening lines (or even the ending lines) of your ghost story?
Imagine that you could live in a favorite painting. Which one would you choose? What would this experience be like?
Have you ever been bullied or bullied someone? What was it like?
A woman is driving along the highway and two teenagers pull alongside her car at a stoplight. They motion for her to toll down her window. She figures they need directions, but then they ask her, ”If you could do anything in this world, what would it be?” An important question that requires careful thought. Think now, then write, what would you answer?