Tag Archives: third person

Martine, the creature of habit

This is an activity from the A215 Creative Writing Course that I’m doing with the OU. It involves writing a short passage of narrative whereby I have to establish a dramatic present (a character is situated in a particular place … Continue reading

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OMG – Sandra is nearly on time

This is an activity from the A215 Creative Writing Course that I’m doing with the OU. It involves writing a story based on a woman in crisis (Sandra). It is written in third-person limited and is from the point of … Continue reading

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Donna, the soldier’s wife

This is an activity from the A215 Creative Writing Course that I’m doing with the OU. It involves creating a backstory in relation to a character, followed by creating a passage of dialogue involving that character. The final part involves … Continue reading

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Helping to move the furniture

This is an activity from the A215 Creative Writing Course that I’m doing with the OU. It involves writing a passage that ‘TELLS’ us facts about a given situation, while still holding some information in reserve (to maintain interest). The … Continue reading

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Calling off the wedding

This is an activity from the A215 Creative Writing Course that I’m doing with the OU. It requires the same scenario (a woman calling off her wedding) to be written in both third-person limited omniscience and third-person omniscient points of … Continue reading

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Getting sick of Coffee right now!

This is an activity from the A215 Creative Writing Course that I’m doing with the OU. In a third-person objective point of view I have written about a conflict between an elderly man and his estranged son (8.5 part 3). Jim’s … Continue reading

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Another Coffee date with a difference

This is an activity from the A215 Creative Writing Course that I’m doing with the OU. In a third-person omniscient point of view I have written about a conflict between an elderly man and his estranged son  (8.5 part 2). As … Continue reading

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