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Writing Exercise from the Archives: connect three pictures…and suddenly you have a story

Don’t censor yourself just write.
Don’t cross out. Just write.
Try to keep your hand moving across the page or the keyboard.
A lot of what you are going to write is going to be rubbish. That’s fine, no one has to see it. Maybe it’s all rubbish. That’s fine too. You’re stretching, limbering up, but keep it a few weeks and come back to it because, after all, there might be something there, some idea that will trigger other ideas.
There is a story to tell and it starts with the words:

EVERYONE HAD LEFT…

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