Fodder For Fiction First Friday Writing Excercise: March 2010

This month’s writing exercise is kid’s stuff! I thought it would be fun if we all tried our hand at Madlibs Online. Complete the form here. Press the “generate Madlib” button, then copy and paste the result in the comments section below. It will be fun! You don’t have to stop there. You can use the silly result to inspire a new story.

Best to you!

Lisa Lipkind Leibow

Author of Smart Women’s Fiction

www.LLLeibow.com

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2 Responses to Fodder For Fiction First Friday Writing Excercise: March 2010

  1. Hmm that’s interessting but honestly i have a hard time figuring it… wonder what others have to say..

  2. Ah, look at all the salty roses!
    Ah, look at all the salty roses!

    Jasmine Barrows picks up the shoe in a treehouse where a wedding has been.
    gasping in a flyswatter.

    chewed at the cow, wearing the oak that she keeps in a sweater by the truck. Who is it for?

    All the salty roses, where do they all come from?
    All the salty roses, where do they all hunt?

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