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I saw this setting in color. Now in black and white, it evokes very different emotions. (Thank you, Alisia Leavitt!) What would happen if you changed the light in your setting? (Going to try it right now.)
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Monday’s prompt: What are your named characters’ FLAWS? How do those flaws create obstacles for all your characters?  
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In the barn at the farm where I’m retreating. Shapes and corners.
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See how everyone is smiling?I have never been afraid to admit eavesdropping/talk to strangers/introduce myself to someone I know I have seen…but has no clue who I am. I LOVE standing in a queue. You never know who you will meet. Today was no exception. Waiting for fish at The Whole Foods, I saw someone...
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When I was a little girl, I had a tree I called “my secret hiding place.” As a teen, I used to climb into the cherry blossom tree and write in my journal. Now I have this! What is outside your window, waiting to inspire you?
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A Donald Maass writing prompt to challenge you and your WIP: In your current scene, what’s the sharpest line?  Structure the scene to make that the *last* line.  Maximize your white space!!!!    
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Be humble. AND be strong. Greet each day with confidence.
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The first time I saw this painting, I could barely breathe. That girl. Her face. Why did he paint her that way? This is why I write. What do you see?
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About Sarah

Sarah Aronson holds an MFA in Writing for Children and Young Adults from Vermont College of Fine Arts. She is the author of one picture book, The Princess and the Pea: A Very Short Pop-Up, and three novels: Head Case, Beyond Lucky, Believe, and The Wish List.