The Write-Brain Workbook
The Write-Brain Workbook : 'Invisible Ink' Creative Writing Exercise

The Write-Brain Workbook 20 Day Challenge | Day 17

‘Invisible Ink’ Creative Writing Exercise

By Bonnie Neubauer | Free PDF Download | 11/1/15

'Invisible Ink' Writing Instructions

Invisible InkA. Download and print the free Invisible Ink creative writing exercise page.

B. State a fear that keeps you from writing your personal truth.

Let go of the fear a little bit every time you write. Don't jump off the high wire without a net. Take it nice and easy by simply letting go of a little more every time you write.

  1. Find a blank sheet of paper and place it over the activity page.
  2. Grab a ballpoint pen. No gels, markers, or roller balls for this one.
  3. Slowly and methodically—pushing down super-duper hard—write on the top sheet (in ALL CAPS) one thing you want to accomplish with your writing this month.
  4. Throw away the top paper.
  5. Mark your calendar exactly thirty days from today to remind yourself to come back to this page. When you return in a month, follow the directions in the Take the Next Step section.
This 'Invisible Ink' creative writing exercise is published with permission and won't disappear along with all 400 activities from Bonnie Neubauer's revised and expanded Write Brain Workbook.

Take the Next Step

Welcome back. I hope you had a great month. Please locate a soft-lead, dark no. 2 pencil. A non-mechanical pencil is best. Hold the pencil at an angle and gently shade over the paper image area above. Your message from one month ago will magically appear.

If you haven’t yet accomplished what you intended, there’s still plenty of time. Start today. If you did accomplish it, congratulations! Now create a goal for the next month. By the way, with this exercise being the exception, it’s always best to keep your goals visible rather than invisible.

Next: Day 18: 'Take a Letter' Exercise

Bonnie NeubauerBonnie Neubauer is the inventor of the Story Spinner and author of the revised and expanded deluxe edition of The Write-Brain Workbook. More »
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