Sunday, May 6, 2007

IWW Practice Exercise, 5/6/07

Exercise: Pure Bliss

Prepared by: Jenny L. Collins
Posted on: Sunday, May 6, 2007


Simple pleasures can be found easily, but how often do we take the opportunity to absorb them in daily life? Write a scene conveying a feeling of complete joy to the reader. Your character might be lolling around cat-lazy on a Sunday morning, enjoying a refreshing beverage with co-workers after a difficult job has finally been completed, or watching a youngest daughter walk down the aisle. Share the character's pleasure with the readers, using senses to heighten the experience.

       Exercise: In 400 words or less, write a scene in which the main character
       experiences complete satisfaction, using senses to heighten the experience.

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