Have you been writing? Even if you don’t have a story brewing, keeping up with your craft is good. Like writing flash fiction. It might even jump start a great idea for you. The prompt for our flash fiction this week is You’re sick. We’ve already had some great flashes. Join us! But it brings up a great question. Do you ever confuse yourself when writing certain words? Like you’re vs your. Or they’re vs their vs there. Did your brain just malfunction reading that? lol.
♥ Writing exercise time. ♥
I think one of the trickiest out there *giggles* is they’re, there, and their. Would you agree? Or do you nail it every time? *fist bump*
Let’s hone our skills a little today. Give me a stellar sentence (or a few) using all three versions of there. Here’s mine…
There wasn’t a way into the building. Not that she could see anyway.
“They’re dying inside.”
Glancing at her partner, she nodded, knowing he was right.
“I know. It’s their own fault.”
Wow, that was a bit dark. I have no idea where that came from. *chuckles* Great exercise, though. Your turn!
How many words did you write? 20? 30? 100? Awesome! One word written is better than none.