Plowing Together: Using Summer Activities as Writing Inspiration – Please Comment
Summer is filled with activities that we don’t do during other times of the year: trips to the beach, vacations, outdoor activities, new and exciting adventures. How do you keep thinking as a writer while you’re engaging in summer fun? How do you glean writing ideas from your summer activities?
Please comment. You might inspire someone else.
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