After a long break, I am continuing with the Writing Project. For all who don't know (or have forgotten), the writing project is about a book called 642 Tiny Things To Write About. I think it is fantastic and if you love writing but lack original ideas, you should purchase the book because it really helps with inspiration.
I got it for my birthday from a dear friend and now am sharing my creative outflow.
Write the P.S. for the last letter ever sent from human to another:
"I told you so."
Rewrite the plot of your favourite book into a short children's book:
Once upon a time, there lived a little boy named Harry. His parents had died when he was a baby and now he lived with his aunt and uncle. They were mean, envious people and also had a son who was cruel, snobbish and very fat.
When Harry turned eleven, something magical happened. He would go to Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, where he would learn things like floating a feather, transforming animals, flying on broomsticks and making potions.
Harry was very happy to leave his mean uncle and aunt and soon was in Hogwarts where, for the first time in his life, he found a true and funny friend called Ronald. Ronald had hair as red as fire and his nose had many freckles.
There was also another student called Hermione but Harry and Ron didn't like her because she was a know-it-all. However, when they saw that Hermione was sad because she had no friends, they included her and soon were friends with her, too.
And Harry needed friends as a bad wizard wanted to kill him. His name was Lord Voldemort, but everyone was so afraid of him they only called him You-Know-Who or The Dark Lord.
The Dark Lord was very powerful, but he didn't have friends like Harry who supported him. He tried to kill Harry over and over again, but never succeeded and one day his meanness made him kill himself and Harry didn't need to be scared anymore. He celebrated with his friends all night long and they lived happily ever after.
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