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By: EET (offline)  Thursday, February 24 2011 @ 09:47 PM CST (Read 7250 times)  
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Writing Ideas #2 coming soon!

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Setting: park
Plot: narrator's kite is stuck in a tree; her father tries to rescue it
Writing technique: personification
Example: The higher my father climbed, the taller the tree seemed to grow. The kite lay entangled in one of the branches, forever out of my father’s reach. Are trees mischievous? I think they can be. This one was playfully testing my father’s agility and confidence.

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By: EET (offline)  Sunday, February 27 2011 @ 06:51 AM CST  
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#2
Setting: Chingay festival 
Plot: character is enjoying the Chingay parade when... (add conflict) 
Writing technique: imagery 
Example: The Chingay parade was a raucous riot of sound and colour. Many people, with their bellies filled with greasy hawker fare from the roadside stalls, now drank in the sights of the neon-lit, gaudy floats. Shawn gaped at a heavily made-up woman on a passing float. She was belting out a Cantonese pop song into a microphone, her warbling voice blaring over two loudspeakers.

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By: EET (offline)  Tuesday, March 01 2011 @ 08:08 AM CST  
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#3
Setting: dental clinic
Plot: narrator describes her experience at the dentist
Writing technique: opening the story with a question to the reader
Example: Did you have your tooth extracted recently? I did and it was every bit as scary as I had thought it would be!

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By: EET (offline)  Tuesday, March 01 2011 @ 08:10 AM CST  
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#4
Setting: train
Plot: A pickpocket strikes on the train!
Writing technique: including an element of twist
Example: As Joe kept the thief's arms pinned behind his back, I searched his pockets. To my astonishment - nothing! Where was the wallet he had stolen from me?

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By: EET (offline)  Tuesday, March 01 2011 @ 08:12 AM CST  
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Setting: road
Plot: A jaywalker finds herself, er, in a tight spot...
Writing technique: hyperbole for comic effect
Example: Madam Pui gazed at the towering structure of the overhead bridge before her and thought with dismay, "Aiyoh, this thing is so high, only a mountaineer can climb it!"

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By: EET (offline)  Tuesday, March 01 2011 @ 08:14 AM CST  
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#6
Setting: school
Plot: Two boys are summoned to the teachers' room to be punished for fighting during recess.
Writing technique: foreshadowing
Example: Barely had we stepped into the teachers’ room when an ear-splitting clap of thunder boomed overhead. Gordon and I jumped and shrieked with fright. Outside, a storm had just begun to brew. We tittered with embarrassment at our reaction, regained our composure and slowly made our way past the maze-like workstations and darkening windows to Mr Gun’s table...

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By: EET (offline)  Tuesday, March 01 2011 @ 08:20 AM CST  
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Setting: large canal
Plot: a near-drowning incident
Writing technique: onomatopoeia
Example: Dave leant over the railings and dropped the pebbles into the canal. Plop! Plop! Plop! The brown water gurgled and chortled in reply, as if amused by his actions.

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By: EET (offline)  Tuesday, March 01 2011 @ 08:22 AM CST  
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Setting: road
Plot: road accident
Writing technique: flashback
Example: Jane looked at her legs - they were swathed in bandages. “Why, why oh why did I listen to Rachel?” she thought in agony. As she squeezed her eyes shut, desperately trying to blot out the hideous sight of her legs, images of that awful event came hurtling back...

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By: EET (offline)  Monday, March 07 2011 @ 01:17 AM CST  
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By: EET (offline)  Sunday, December 04 2011 @ 07:09 PM CST  
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A Train Breakdown



“No eating and drinking. No smoking. No flammable liquid / gas.

No durians.”


Catching sight of the red and white prohibition signs at the train

station one afternoon, I could not help but chuckle to myself as an

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