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To whet your appetite and keep your writing fingers limber, take a good look at the photo, or let a prompt settle in your mind. Set a timer for a reasonable amount of time, be that five, fifteen, or thirty minutes. Then start writing.

Image credit: paul fleet/bigstock.com

Image credit: paul fleet/bigstock.com

FICTION

Your character is lost at sea and must find a way to survive with only a few items: a small flotation device, a silk scarf, and ...

MEMOIR

Write about a time when you felt lost. How did you find your way again?

NONFICTION

Explore the topic of buoyancy and list experiments teachers might use to demonstrate the concept to their students.

 

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