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Coming Up With Story Ideas

We all have hundreds of thousands of ideas for imaginative stories, but the moment we sit down to write, they somehow disappear. Or sometimes you across a great book or a movie and you think to yourself, “why didn’t I … Continue reading

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My Hometown

About the Piece The following piece is a descriptive narrative of my hometown, in which I describe the surroundings, the community, and overall living situation. The purpose of this piece is to really try to understand my “home” and find … Continue reading

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Graduation Day

The hairs on my arms are shaking, yet withering deep into my skin as the wind blows on my gown. I look out to see hundreds of students, on this day, and possibly their very last day here at UC … Continue reading

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Scribble #8: Remember That Childhood Item?

Prompt: (1) Describe a childhood item you were attached to, and what happened to it as you aged? OR (2) Describe an item (toy, food, etc.) you wanted as a child and why you wanted that item. Share your responses! … Continue reading

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10 Things I Say When I Don’t Know What to Say

Wow, that’s a mouthful for a title. Whether we’re trying to end a conversation, or not start one at all, or if we’re in an uncomfortable situation, we try to get ourselves out of it. Sure, sneaking away is simple, … Continue reading

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