February 2018

Apologies to those of you who receive the prompt in your inbox for any confusion with the email this month; set it down to lack of sleep and a busy week! The stories included were of course the January stories, and what follows is the February prompt.

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And now for the prompt:

Write about someone who is learning to do something. Are they creating something? Mastering an academic skill? Taking something apart? Helping someone?

Try to pick something you’re unfamiliar with − do a bit of research into something you’ve wanted to try before. Focus on how the character is feeling, struggling or not; or think about the implications of who is teaching them.


Contraband by Joseph S. Pete
Stained Glass by Sue Johnson
Second Sight by Bill Cox
Saxophone Bliss by Steven Translateur

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