Creative Writing Tasks
Visual descriptions are largely saved for creative writing.
While non-creative writing can have dialogue (like in interviews), that dialogue is not used in the same way as it is in creative writing.
Pick 5 key qualities about them you want to highlight within your description.Creative writing (aside from silent films) requires dialogue to support the story.Since creative writing covers such a wide variety of writing, we wanted to break down the different types of creative writing out there to help you make sense of it.You may know that novels are considered creative writing, but what about memoirs?Just like with missing gym sessions, the less you write, the more of that skill you lose.Creative writing uses senses and emotions in order to create a strong visual in the reader’s mind whereas other forms of writing typically only leave the reader with facts and information instead of emotional intrigue. While you can certainly write a book creatively using the second person point of view (which I’ll cover below), you still have to develop the character in order to tell the story.Character development can be defined as the uncovering of who a character is and how they change throughout the duration of your story.Hannah Lee Kidder, a very talented author and Youtuber, gave me this writing exercise and I have used it many times.All you have to do is sit down and describe your day – starting with waking up – as if you were writing it about another person.This would really focus a pupil on areas that can be improved upon." Therefore, at the beginning of each month we have set a creative writing task. Once the pupil has completed the task please email Karen at and she will give you the address to post the paper to for marking. The cost will be £12 per paper, payable by cheque or electronically, which we believe is excellent value for money as each paper will receive extensive feedback.You can use this service as a one-off, or regularly as a means to further creative writing experience and skills.