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Carry a notepad with you through the day, writing notes about the story you’re working on or other ideas that come into your head. If nothing comes, then determine something specific for your story that you will think about through the day – perhaps a clever image for a scene, a physical reaction of a character, or a line of pithy dialogue. Come up with several potential lines you might write. Use this as the basis to start your next daily writing session.
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