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If you start to collect something, don’t tell anyone about it! I know an otherwise perfectly sane woman who has a room filled with ceramic frogs, only about a third of which were her own doing. How would you like to inherit that? -Barbara Allan, Antiques Roadkill: A Trash ‘n’ Treasures Mystery
Fiction Writing Prompt: Write a character sketch for someone with a strange collection.
Journaling Prompt: Do you collect anything? Why or why not? If you do collect something, write about your collection, how you got started, and how other people have contributed to your collection.
Art Prompt: Collecting
Non-Fiction / Speechwriting Prompt: Write about the urge to collect and how it’s struck you or someone you know.
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