642 things to write about
642 Things to Write About by San Francisco Writers GrottoThis collection of 642 outrageous and witty writing prompts will get the creative juices flowing in no time. From crafting your own obituary to penning an ode to an onion, each page of this playful journal invites inspiration and provides plenty of space to write. Brimming with entertaining exercises from the literary minds of the San Francisco Writers Grotto, this is the ultimate gift for scribes of every stripe.
642 Things to Write About Journal
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Last Christmas, my sister, who is a far more thoughtful gift-giver than I am, bought me a clever book titled Things to Write About. The book is a list of — as you might well guess — writing prompts. It's like journaling with structure. As part of my more random side, I am setting this book beside my computer with hopes of eventually writing on all topics less a small handful which are too salacious for general publication. Some prompts will do little more than inspire a few bullet points, but there are others which may prick my ambitions.
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Dear You, Take what I say with a grain of salt for I am still young and have much to learn; if anything, I believe I can add a different perspective to your current way of thinking. There will be no order to these, merely the way each lesson pops into my head: 1. If you are in high school, oh child, you are just beginning your life. What appears to be the end of the world now, will be something you laugh about years later. High school is where you begin asking the life questions: What do you want to do with the rest of your life, being the biggest question of them all. As someone who had no idea in high school, and continued to have no idea in college, I am here to tell you that is alright.