I lifted my head and looked upwards. Clouds of all shapes and sizes were congregating; showing entryways for nuances of light-grey and dark-grey and grey-grey all over the sky. And soon, towards me, a mizzling came tumbling down. And I let it. Droplets tinkled on my face in explosions of fertility, and the sound of … Continue reading Style Training With Ursula K. Le Guin, Exercise, 4 (part 1) Issa Dioume
An exercise on writing long sentences of narrative.
Short note on pleonasm, and easy exercise to check understanding.
Learn something new about prose in a short time
Victor Verdun is fifty years old. He sits at his desk, thinking and despondent.
Candles The sun rose over a dismal scene. As he lies there, quiet and unbreathing, it struck me how my brother could even in … Continue reading #1 Flash-Fiction by Issa Dioume
Astounding news!! And many more developments to come.
For my brother
My 2nd Attempt At this Challenging Stylistic Exercise. Please, do tell me how I did this time around!
3rd Writing Exercise With Writing Legend: Ursula K. Le Guin 📖 ✍️