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Tag Archives: Tale Weaver
For Michael’s challenge this week: In most places around the world at present we are living, in one form or another, a life of social distancing or social isolating. This week compose a story/poem that deals with the notion of … Continue reading
Michael’s challenge: This week write about something medical, from band-aids, bandages to botulism and as we are in a state at present of heightened awareness about health, you can vent about the coronavirus if so moved. I know in some … Continue reading
Oh I love these, a time when we are invited to escape the realities of current events and retire to a world of dreams, magic and wonder. Thanks Michael! This week write about an imaginary fairyland. What are the features … Continue reading
Michael’s Tale Weaver challenge this week is to consider what ‘backbone’ means to you. Some people are said to illustrate backbone in making tough decisions. You could make reference to the literal meaning, the bone that helps you stand straight. … Continue reading
Michael’s challenge this week: This week something different. Write your response to the topic, “Library of the Imagination”. What creative response can you make to this prompt? It could be a reflection on your own creative process, a story in … Continue reading
Michael’s Challenge this week: It’s a fact of life that often many of us are awake during the night. Sometimes we just can’t sleep, other times it’s to answer the call of your bladder, sometimes it’s worry and concern, a … Continue reading
This week Michael asks us to write a response to the word “Concert”. https://wordpress.com/read/feeds/19271780/posts/2595842249 Have you been to one? What are your experiences? Who have you seen you found unforgettable? Did you attend a concert that was disappointing? I’ve been … Continue reading