The Write-Brain Workbook
The Write-Brain Workbook : 'Run-On' Creative Writing Exercise

The Write-Brain Workbook 20 Day Challenge | Day 6

’Run-On’ Creative Writing Exercise

By Bonnie Neubauer | Free PDF Download | Updated 11/1/15

Bonnie Neubauer's 'Run-On' writing exercise encourages you to write a continous sentence, going on and on and on and on . . . through all 26 letters of the alphabet inventing zany characters, funny story lines, and witty writing as you go.

'Run-On' Writing Instructions

Run-On1. Download and print the free Run-On creative writing exercise page.

2. Write one sentence consisting of 26 words where each word begins with consecutive letters of the alphabet. Start with the letter R (example: Robert said that Ulysses vibrated Williams' xylophone yesterday zealously as Becky called David's eloquent father George Harrison Isaacson jokingly kidding losing many nice opportunities quickly.)

This continuous 'Run-On' creative writing exercise is published with permission and is just one of 400 activities from Bonnie Neubauer's revised and expanded Write Brain Workbook.

Take the Next Step

In 26 words or less, write a writing goal. In 26 words or less, how would you feel one year from now if you attained this goal? Why deprive yourself of this feeling? Get started on that goal!

Next: Day 7: Scribble One Exercise

Bonnie NeubauerBonnie Neubauer is the inventor of the Story Spinner and author of the revised and expanded deluxe edition of The Write-Brain Workbook. More »
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