It's been a while since we did journal exercises, so let's get back to them.
Journal exercises are great if you've been avoiding writing; they're a painless way of limbering up your writing muscles. Have fun with them, and do keep them - you never know when a one-page exercise will trigger a longer project.
You've witnessed a crime
Imagine that you've witnessed a crime, and you're telling someone about it - a friend, a police officer, or a reporter.
The "you" in this exercise may be you, or it may be character you've created. If it's a character, give the character a name, age and back story (history.)
Either way, explain exactly what you saw and heard when you witnessed the crime.
Write 400 words.
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