Could your brain use a good “writing workout” after the holidays?

Learn more about TimClad in your dark gray track suit and winter cap, you step out of your front door just as the sun’s first vivid, orange rays splash across the morning sky. You breathe in deeply and let the fresh, frigid January air fill your lungs. Your muscles creak and groan a bit as you start to jog, but soon the blood is flowing, your entire body is humming like a well-oiled machine, and you’re feeling on top of the world.

The kind of dedication it takes to go for a run every morning is rare, but we all know that regular exercise is of the utmost importance.

Same goes for your brain!

If, like many of us, you let writing fall by the wayside over the holidays, now is your perfect chance to step it up and get those creative juices flowing to the brain again.

How about starting with today’s featured writing prompt?

Every week in the Better Writers Club, I choose one to send out (among the many available to Club members).

Author Sibille Rose

This week’s is from Tier II Author Sibille Rose:

You are the keeper of an island of lost things. One day, you find another person washed up on the shore of the island. This person can be a character from one of your existing stories or someone entirely new. Why are they on the island?

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