It’s good to get “warmed-up” to write, just as its good to warm up before exercising. For a warm-up, open up a new document or get a clean piece of paper and start writing. Don’t stop for at least 15 minutes. See what comes out.

You might end up with a great story, or you might just find you’ve got your creativity warmed up and ready to go.

Choose one of the following prompts:

1) I put on my cape and stepped up to . . .

2) The ant stared at the boulder in front of her . . .

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