Since last week, a Writer's Workshop was created by Little Things and Curiosities. It's the place where we can share tips of writing. Each week Laura will give us a prompt to write and then we can discuss it with others. This week the tips is about the imperfect beginnings. Sometimes, I just write the first thing that pop in my head. But some other times, to pop something in my head is the hardest part.
Last week, I got a lesson from one of my colleague about writing. I told him that I find it really hard sometimes to begin to write, and he told me this tips :
First thing first, know what you want to say. Even if it's just a line or a word. Then develop.
Second, sometimes it's really easier to write from the end. We tend to put our point at the end as a closing. But try to write from the end, and it's gonna be easier.
I knew he loved me, from the way he sent the pangs by his glance, as we took a slow dance on the boulevard in a quite moment while the city's still dark. When we sit side by side inside an echoing silence. Because his every silence, he shouted those three little words loud and clear.