“Instead of writing down everything that happens in your day, give your day a twist by fictionalising it”
“Practise using the 6 elements of story: Action, Description, Dialogue, Introspection, Emotion, and Exposition”
The wind threw my voice to another direction. “Hover”. I forced my face straight “hold on to your brother”. Koala’s face was flattening as well, and his hair threatened to take him away. The horizon was crimson white, and the crew members peaked back at us, from their little window.
Then they slipped.
The old women cried, and pointed fingers at everyone passing by, even ourselves. They shook their heads, and bent out of their caravan.
“It’s the potato peels”.
“n0, it’s the water puddles”
The men blamed their driver.
“wooow, woow” We tried to calm down our frightened friend.
“Hover” I said. “Quick!”
His eyes brightened.
I tugged them off his neck, and we swapped seats.
The boys cheering at the end of the alley sneered.
“Water?” I grabbed the binoculars off him “Let me see”.
Koala’s hair fell all over his head, a furry blitz.
The cow looked back at us, her horns bobbing.
The crew turned off road, and we zoomed passed them, the pram attached took off as well. We arrived to the end and the boys cheeks, were puffy, and glowing