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I love re-imagining familiar stories, or using the original story as a launching pad for something completely new.
By now, another sleepless night had come and gone, and the sympathetic moon had once more been chased away by a merciless sun. And Romeo, sitting at the table still, wondered yet again if this was to be the day. -Anne Fortier, Juliet: A Novel
Writing Prompt: Use the two sentences above as the start of a story.
Journaling Prompt: Rewrite a scene from your life so that it turns out a different way. How would that have affected how the rest of your life has played out?
Art Prompt: Do over
Nonfiction / Speech Writing Prompt: Choose a favorite childhood story and bring it forward into today’s world.
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