If you have a writing task that seems almost insurmountable because you dont know where to start, how to continue, where to end – break it down into smaller pieces that are more achievable. dont let your creativity be stifled by the enormity of the task at hand – remember, little steps!
https://radio.adelaide.edu.au/program/words-for-birds/ https://www.facebook.com/pages/Words-for-Birds/381148438720483?ref=br_tf hi everyone, one of my stories about my experiences with wedgetail eagles here in Australia has been produced as an audio for Words For Birds. please click on the links above and have a listen. remember, to be good writers we need to listen!
go to the zoo or just out in your backyard or local neighbourhood. find an animal or bird to write about and try your hand at a poem or a piece of prose. share your work with a friend or relative – make it funny! enjoy!!!
At the end of each day, take a few moments, or more, to think about things. The things you’ve done or not done, the people you’ve interacted with, the emotions you’ve felt. Within those experiences is a wealth of writing material. Use that wealth!