My 12-Day Writing plan

Hi everyone, I have recently been looking for some kind of writing plan to get my creative juices going, and I came across this blog post

The 12-Day Plan Writing plan

Writing Plan 

Day 1:
Write 10 potential titles. For novels that you’d like to write about.


Day 2:
Create a new character. His personality traits should be loaned from someone you love. However, his physical characteristics should be of someone you don’t care for at all.


Day 3:
Write a setting taken from the most beautiful place you’ve ever seen or visited.

Day 4:
Contact an agent, letting him know wonderful you are.

Day 5:
Write a 20-line poem about a memorable moment in your life.

Day 6:
Choose a book on your bookshelf and pick 2 chapters at random. Take the 1st line of one chapter and the last line of the other. Then write a short story, about 1000 words, using those as bookends to your story.

Day 7:
Write a letter to yourself! Yes, you read right! Let yourself know about what you need to improve in the next six months.

Day 8:
Write again a fairy tail from scratch using the bad guy’s point of vew


Day 9:
Turn on your TV. Write down the first sentence that you hear. Close your TV and start writing a story based on it.

Day 10:
Visit a public place and spend some time there. Eavesdrop on a conversation and turn it into a short love story (no matter how much you have to twist what they say).


Day 11:
It is time to write the acknowledgments page that you will place in your first, or next, published book. Do not forget to  thank all the people who have helped you along the way.

Day 12:
Collect everything you’ve penned over the previous 11 days. Choose your favorite one. Edit it, polish it and either attempt to get it published or posted on the Web to share it with the world. Feel proud of yourself and your work.

So for the next three weeks I shall be taking on these challenges from Mondays to Fridays and posting what I have done on my blog.

If anyone else fancies it take a look at


Children are so pure, so tabula rosa,

So where does it all go wrong?


Is it in the prima donnas paraded on tv?

Or is it the carte blanche attitude that we all can see?


But what exactly is the modus operandi on helping your magnus opus stay so pure?

After all we all feel we are helping in a bona fide way.


Well, c’est la vie, I just don’t know anymore,

Tempus fugit and then they are grown up.


Leaving their alma mater and out on their own,

En route to adulthood.


Carpe diem, that’s all you can advise,

Getting déjà vu of your own history inside.


The uncertainty of what’s next to come,

It isn’t bon voyage, even though you feel unneeded, like your work here is done.


By Liz Daniels


To touch, to mould, to change, to incubate,

To scold, to punish, to bully, to manipulate.

To bruise, to harm, to fix, to educate,

The perfect person in which you cultivate.

To have and to hold, till death you illustrate.

But now your left with no one to intimidate,

Because leaving is the last thing you ever anticipate.

You try to change things, you try to communicate.

But the damage you did, you wont ever vindicate.


By Liz Daniels