BOOK CLUB: 642 THINGS TO WRITE ABOUT
prepare to kiss writer’s block goodbye forever.
Write down the name of a person who haunts you from the grave, a person who fascinates you, and a person you don’t understand. Put them together in a scene. Describe your bedroom from the point of view of a stranger forced to occupy it for a week. Come up with every possible way to describe something as “red” without using the word itself.Only ten people will fit in the life raft. Convince the captain of the boat that you should be one of them. Rewrite your college application essay from today’s point of view, answering the last question: “Is there anything else we should know?”