I am so impressed with myself. I never actually do a course all the way through but Kristen has the perfect one for me. I'm actually a little jealous that I didn't think it up myself. Still, I am loving this challenge. Have you started it? No, well let's see if Day Seven will get you in the mood.
Write a short story or scene from the perspective of a child.
Children are full of wonder and curiosity. They don’t yet have a firm understanding of the world around them, so they may see things in a unrealistic, dream-like light. Practice giving your work an ethereal quality by writing from a youthful perspective.
He sighed. King Arthur had always been his favourite story, and his mind always wondered when he thought of how the traditional story could have been different. One of his favourite stories to invent is a where King Arthur is actually the bad guy than the good guy.
This is super hard. Using this prompt did not jig my brain to create any kind of new story. It has shown me that maybe writing from a younger perspective is probably not going to be my forte, but that's okay. A writer, as great as we are, cannot be amazing at all kinds of writing. I love romance, fantasy, young adult, and crime so adding in child fiction might not be the best thing for me. I'm okay with that though. It's brave to be able to admit when something doesn't fit with you. Here's to day eight.
If you do write child fiction, let me know my niece and nephew are starting to read and I'd love for them to have some awesome books!
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