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Write a story about your protagonist with their child as the narrator.
“The goddess has chosen her champion!” The priestess’s words rang through his ears as he stared at the wrought iron gate, “We offer him to you, oh Lady Marielle, to defeat the monster in your garden.”
What happens if first contact between two species occurs between children?
There’s blood on the sand. My blood’s on the sand…
Take a resource or skill that is taken for granted or thrown away in your culture and write a culture that views it as the most valuable and rare commodity.
It felt like the world had slowed, that her feet were made of lead, that she would never get anywhere. She ran through her village with one goal in mind, but it felt like she would never reach it. She had failed, and she had failed in the worst possible way. She had lost her mother.
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Here are some insights behind the process of writing Leandra's latest story, "Snow White in the Woods," including some further reading.
Once upon a time, in a land far away, there was a princess. She was closer to your age than mine, and she was smart and brave and kind. She was also pretty and very pale, so everyone called her Snow White, so much so that, every once in a while, she forgot her real name.