Trending on this blog
“Never again!” we cry aloud. We stand before the foe unbowed. We will not stand idly by While our brothers and sisters die. We’ll stand...
Today's prompt is red , and the suggested form is the Harrisham . I didn't feel like doing much with it today, so I just listed all...
Today's prompt is tantalizing and the suggested form is Loop poetry . I can't remember if I've tried this form before, but I li...
Today's prompt asks us to think about an ending that was positive. I've written a rondel about my first boyfriend. Only Relief ...
Today's prompt asks us to remember our favourite toy from childhood. I had a horse my mom crocheted for me that went everywhere with me...
Esther Spurrill Jones's books on Goodreads
- ► 2016 (39)
- ► 2015 (39)
- ► 2013 (69)
- ▼ 2012 (125)
Esther Spurrill Jones. Powered by Blogger.
06 January 2012
8:50 PM | Posted by Esther Spurrill-Jones | | Edit Post
In university, I learned of a form of writing called "imitation," where you take the work of another writer and create your own piece in the same style. We had an assignment to do this ourselves using one of the books we were reading in the class. If you're interested, you can find mine here.