Shannon Dittemore is the author of the Angel Eyes trilogy. She has an overactive imagination and a passion for truth. Her lifelong journey to combine the two is responsible for a stint at Portland Bible College, performances with local theater companies, and a love of all things literary. When she isn’t writing, she spends her days with her husband, Matt, imagining things unseen and chasing their two children around their home in Northern California. To connect with Shan, check out her website, FB, Twitter, Instagram, or Pinterest.
Happy Friday, friends! As many of you know, I teach a mentoring class at a local charter school. This morning we'll be chatting about perspective, tense and point of view, but every time I meet with my teen writers, I like to get them writing.
And today, in a move meant to encourage teen writing solidarity, I thought it'd be fun to give you all the same prompt they'll be launching from.
Here's how it works: I'll give you a few sentences to get you started and then YOU give me five or six sentences in the comments section to follow. Keep it clean, friends, and be sure to come back throughout the weekend to read and encourage the other teen writers giving this whole writing thing a go.