The author of the book: English Date of issue: Gift the gift of inspiration with this Things to Write About Journal!
But there are some suggestions like what is the worst thing that can happen to you? Feb 01, Mel rated it it was ok Eh, it's better than a kick in the head. A lot of the prompts assume greater universality in human experience than there is--write about your first car! And then a lot of them are just pretty stupid, even nonsensical.
Who does he meet? What do you say in your first letter home? Oh well, at least it's short. There is hardly any space to move if you have a large handwriting and the prompts often start at one end of the page with an ellipse to connect them. What makes matters worse, is some pages are quartered, leaving enough room for you to fill in a single word.
The times I've taken this book along to keep me occupied at a restaurant What started out as a good idea in Things to Write About, began to peter out in More Things to Write About and completely lost its substance in this volume.
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Jul 13, · “What can happen in a second” from the book things to write about: (I actually wrote two for this one since the space in the book is so small I couldn’t fit my original story in it) [my original]: What can happen in a second?: A revelation.
It’s one of those days again. A day that you feel as though everyone’s eyes are on you. Write from this quote from Claude Levi-Strauss, “I am the place in which something has occurred.” I am the fallout of a sunny day in September.
I am in debt from listening to lectures spewed from the mouths of journalism professors who openly admit to being cynical about the jobs I’m applying for.