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>When I try (to write a story), I have this tendecy to fall into a rut of producing bulleted
>lists and procedures, for example:
>John woke up in the morning, the first thing he did was:
>2. He stretched his hands up over his head and looked towards the
>window. The sun was shining in his face.
>3. He stood up, went over to the window and closed the shutters.
>For further information, refer to chapter two, where John has breakfast.
Funny! It would be a nice subject for a short story.
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