Imagine a world where winged dragons live side by side with humans. What would it be like?
Try to clear your mind of all the dragon images you've absorbed over the years. Look for surprising answers to the guiding questions below.
Take an existing story and rewrite it with a different endpoint. Either write additional material after the story’s ending, or make the story end substantially the existing version.
If you want the result of this exercise to be publishable, use one of your own stories or a story that’s in the public domain.
Write about a two-in-one laundromat and palm reading service.
Write about a wounded healer.
It looks like an ordinary old-fashioned music box. It sounds that way, too, to each listener; but when it plays each listener hears a tune that has some particular significance to him.
The child wakes up in the night to the sound of quiet, urgent voices. Her parents are talking downstairs; they seem to think she’s asleep. And there is another voice downstairs, a voice she doesn’t recognize . . .
A caffeine-addicted person wakes up in the morning and finds out--the horror!--that he or she is out of coffee. What happens next?
Don't try this at home!
Imagine you could relive certain scenes from your life by touching a picture of them. What would you do?
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