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April 12, 2012


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Frank Ovaitt

Thank you, Daphne. Regarding game number 1, in my experience, the greatest improvement in writing does not come from stronger verbs. It comes from having to articulate who has done what to whom. Enforced clarity.

Leisa Dreps

Heh, that sounds like a fun writing game! Well... here's one more simple writing exercise, where the only thing you have to do is write the first thing you can think of for fifteen minutes straight. This can help a bit to get the ball rolling before you need to do some heavy-duty writing!

force measurement

Nice thing.!!! Mind blowing Idea. Good work

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