Ten Awesome Creative Writing Exercises

Ten exercises for the imagination

1. Wikipedia and the joy of randomness

2. The definition game

3. Write the end before the beginning

4. Describing by name

5. The most mundane things

6. A first-person narrative

7. You can give it life

8. Alphabet soup

9. A picture is worth a thousand words

10. Short and sweet

In closing

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Tea-drinking, hat-wearing, game-playing, science-loving, professional-writing, armchair philosopher.

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