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Do you want to know a secret?

You find an app for your phone that, when you type in the name of a person, it reveals a single secret they hide. To your surprise, when you type in your own name, there is a secret that even you didn't know.

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from Tomi Adeyemi Writing Coach

Writing Prompt Wednesday: Prompt #36

But what if Sans thought this to himself as Chara killed everyone ? <<< NO WE ARE NOT STARTING ANOTHER UNDERTALE FEELS TRAIN THIS IS A WRITIN PROMPT FOR AN ORIGINAL STORY DANGIT <<< Wow calm down<< SHE IS ALLOWED TO SCREAM ALL SHE WANTS, IT IS SAD.

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'How to hook a reader: analyzing 10 good opening lines.' Could use opening lines from different books (ones that are relevant to your students) and have them analyze if they are good or bad opening lines, and what makes them that way. The conclusion being that they provoke curiosity. Then have them practice writing opening lines for their own stories.

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An interesting day.

You have a special backpack that supplies you with everything you may need for the day. One morning, while preparing for your day, you take a peek in the backpack and think, "Huh, well, this should be an interesting day."

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But hang on...I just read the first two like this is a set of instructions. Like, "Kill someone, and record how it goes wrong." I suppose committing murder irl would be good writing reference. And I bet you I could also finish my novel, what with the twENTY YEARS IN JAIL I'D GET sweet Elbereth that sounds like a great idea. /Why don't I go kill someone and see how it goes wrong?/

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