Monday, September 10, 2012

Writer's Block Obliteration Tip #29: Alphabetical

Start your first sentence with a word beginning with the letter A and proceed until you've covered the alphabet.  You'll probably not end up with a perfect piece, but it will give you raw material to work with.  Realize that some sentences will be awkward because of the word you have to choose in order to stay in alphabetical form, but occasionally you'll find a new way to phrase something because you have to work around some unusual syntax. We can help you publish a newsletter of your very own for a flat rate and do so each month. And we will accept for consideration your ideas. Send them to us. About 95% of subscriber article requests are used -- respect issues, conflicts, communication, etc. Go to http://workexcel.net/FE/fe-trial-request.html

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