Writing Task Nine: Write a ‘Talking Heads’ monologue. It should recount something that has changed because of COVID19.
Every country has a version of gluhwein and within every country there are good and bad recipes. Avoid concoctions of cheap red wine, cinnamon and sugar.
Writing Task Eight: Watch 10-15 minutes of the latest COVID-19 news. Capture your thoughts by writing for the same time. Edit into a monologue.
Writing Task Seven: The title is THE MASK. What you write is up to you. A haiku, a novel, or anything in between.
For a twist on traditional macaroni cheese, all you need is a mix of cheeses that melt easily, don’t go too stringy and are deliciously artery blocking.
Writing Task Six: Find an object that is connected to how you have spent some of your time during lockdown; I choose an artichoke.
Writing Task Five: A piece of Flash Fiction max. 100 words. The theme is collective nouns for vultures. A Wake of Vultures.
Writing Task Four: Starting with “You said…” Write a small piece of flash fiction, no more than 250 words with 4/5 paragraphs.
Writing Task Three: Write a short letter to your younger self (how young is up to you). The letter should explain what is going to happen in March 2020.
We only do a few Christmas cards each year. To our very nearest and dearest, and those who moan if we don’t send them one!