Some people just don't want to share intimate details about their thoughts, feelings and livesat least not with others in a class or group. That's where Unjournaling comes in. All the writing prompts in this book are entirely impersonal but completely engagingfor both kids and adults. Just a couple of examples of the 200 writing prompts on widely varied topics: Write a paragraph about a girl named Dot, but use no letters with a dot (in other words, no i or j). Why on earth would Yankee Doodle stick a feather in his cap and call it "macaroni"? Come up with a plausible explanation.
The book includes sample responses to all of the questionsa helpful tool for anyone who gets stuck with a topic and wants to see that it can be done!
|Product dimensions:||7.76(w) x 11.28(h) x 0.29(d)|
|Age Range:||12 - 17 Years|
About the Author
Cheryl Miller Thurston is the president, founder and editor of Cottonwood Press, Inc., which she started in 1986 with a $2000 loan from a friend. Before that she was an English teacher for 13 years, grades seven through university level.
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Daily writing exercises that are not introspective, not personal and not boring. This book includes 200 writing prompts that are suitable for writers of all ages, from middle school through adult. Also included are samples responses to all of the questions.