Day #30, Writing Challenge

Language is the most vital tool for writers, and we use it for everything. Sound obvious? When was the last time you thought about mood and contrast? And how you could use them in your writing?


Fiction: Write a mood piece. Choose from the following: autumnal, oppressive, hopeful, terrified, impulsive (or one of your own). Search for all the different words you might use to create this mood, and have your character do something simple, such as go for a walk or cook dinner, and convey the mood through the language.


Poetry: Choose three pairs of opposites (or use these: black/white, closed/open, delicate/sturdy) and use them all in a poem.

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