Pick ONE of the topics below, and write one page, double-spaced, with a title.
Here are five ways to start writing:
a...how you picture heaven.
b...the person in front of or behind you.
c...how you would manage your own radio station.
d...who you would be for one day and why.
e...how you would design your room, if you could. f.. what you will be doing twenty years from now.
a...your mom or your best friend's mom.
b...an airplane and a car.
c...two different classes.
d...a movie and a book.
e...light and dark.
f...two fast food places.
a...four day school week.
b...120 minute periods.
c...the existence of UFOs.
f...the validity of horoscopes/tarot cards.
5. Miscellaneous Topics:
a.. I wish I could have...
b.. The best thing in life is...
c.. The best day in my life was when...d... If I could spend a day with anyone…
e.. If I could have only one super power it would be…
f.. What will on earth be like in the year 2106.
(in 100 years) PS… Do you plan on sticking around?)
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books at the left are recommended resources for those who want
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click at left. The Writers Harbrace Handbook is a basic guide and
rulebook for writers. It has particularly useful resources on rhetoric. Adventures in writing is designed as a practical guide for the writing
process. The book is designed for people who want to improve their writing, including students from non-English based learning environments.
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