The Here I Rayne Blog Challenge
The Here I Rayne Blog Challenge # 2
The path to hell is paved with good intentions
This challenge comes much later than I had expected, but this challenge is something that I’ve wanted to play with for a while.
So what do you need to do? Well, honestly, it’s entirely up to you, take the title, think about it, and run with it. Choose a book as inspiration; make yourself the victim or villain and live the metaphor.
Now go and pave that path!
Blog Challenge from Here I Rayne
When my friend Nadine Rose Larter did her blog challenge, I was overwhelmed with ideas, fears, doubts and inspiration. All jumbled together off course (nothing is ever simple in my life). I loved and hated the challenges equally, but one thing I could not deny, was the way my writing improved. How I learned to experiment with different styles and how to say anything when I needed to or when I wanted to. When the challenges dried up a little due to Nadine’s book coming out (buy it here) (read the reviews here and here) I felt the loss keenly. Thus the inevitable birth of my own challenge page… This challenge is open to everyone on condition that you please post your links in my comments; I want to be able to read your contributions!
Here I Rayne Challenge #1
Exploring my shadow:
This is a simple concept, with psychological impact. This idea was birthed especially for the Tequila Thursday Writing Club, and I had so much fun exploring the psycho bitch me, that I felt it only fair to share the fun. This is what I want you to do:
Take one moment in time where you were extremely irritated/angry/happy/sad/peaceful and, writing as yourself, make yourself do or say something you never would. That’s right, you are not just happy, you are insanely happy. You’re not just angry, you’re psychotically pissed off. Build that emotion up to its natural conclusion. Anything goes!