3WW CCCLV

Welcome to 3WW, a writer's prompt for people in the know (and if they don't, share - and share often).

Each week, I post three words.

This is how I pick the three words:

Each week, I come across words, which I place in a Word document. Come Tuesday night, I look at the list, move words around, and somehow, three words come into focus that just sound right together.

Those three words get placed in a scheduled post and I go to bed. I don’t think about them until I get up and check to see that Blogger updated itself (anywhere between 2 and 6 a.m. Mountain Time). That way, I have no unfair advantage over the rest of the writers (even though I've been so busy with work that' I've not written anything for months).


You write something using the words.

Then come back and post a link to the contribution with Mr. Linky (but please, link to the exact post, not your blog, by clicking on the exact post title and paste it to Mr. Linky below). As  always, there's no hard-and-fast rule that you have to post on Wednesday.

But I invite everyone to check back often to read and  comment on other contributions. This is, after all, a community for writers who clamor for feedback.

Here goes:

Brief, adjective: Of short duration; concise in expression; using few ; (of a piece of clothing) not covering much of the body; scanty; noun: A concise statement or summary; a set of instructions given to a person about a job or task; a written summary of the facts and legal points supporting one side of a case, for presentation to a court.; a letter from the pope to a person or community on a matter of discipline.
verb [with object]: Instruct or inform (someone) thoroughly, especially in preparation for a task.

Expose, verb/adjective: Make (something) visible, typically by uncovering it; reveal the true and typically objectionable nature of (someone or something); (usually as adjective exposed) leave or put (someone) in an unprotected and vulnerable state (often as adjective exposed) leave (something) uncovered or unprotected, esp. from the weather.

Insist; verb: Demand something forcefully, not accepting refusal; (insist on) demand forcefully to have something; (insist on) persist in doing something even though it is annoying or odd.

1 comments:

Wee Tales said...

It's like pulling back the curtain and exposing the Wizard...I don't know how I feel about knowing the process. I think I'll just go back to imagining you waving your magic wand.