Tuesday Two

Write a story with only two sentences. Use the photo for inspiration if you wish.

Photo by Marek Piwnicki on Unsplash.

Three pink piglets in a fenced yard. One looks to be whispering in another's ear. The third seems to be nonchalantly eavesdropping.

Wednesday Writing

How do you run a marathon? One step at a time. Any major project takes time, commitment, and consistent effort. You can’t just snap your fingers and have a completed project. But you can create big things one small piece at a time.

A winding pathway of open books on leaf-covered ground. Caption: How do you write a whole book? You don’t have to write a complete book. Write a part of a book—any part you want—and then another and another. Eventually you can put them all together, and a complete book will have happened. If you can write a paragraph, you can write a complete book. You just have to keep doing it.