Find below a selection of fun writing exercises that can be done solo, or with a group. Some are prompts to help inspire you, others focus on learning a specific skill. While you can enjoy the exercises solo, a lot of writing groups have gone online during the coronavirus pandemic and are using Zoom, WhatsApp, Facebook Messenger or Skype to keep in touch with other writers during this time. If you're running such a group and following a ' Shut Up and Write ' structure, I recommend connecting on WhatsApp for example first, doing the exercise together, with participants sending each other their writing samples where necessary as part of the exercise, then disconnecting to write in silence for an hour and a half, before reconnecting for a brief informal chat at the end. This works well with small remote groups and is a great way to gain some online support and stay productive! If you have a larger group, it's worth looking into Zoom, as this has a feature called Breakout Rooms.
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