Here’s the place to write in unusual formats. Compose journal entries in the form of movie synopses. Write your autobiography as book jacket copy. Discuss your protagonist’s current dilemma through game instructions. Explore your world or create a fictional one using bubblegum cards, a tarot deck, highway billboards, fortune cookies, horoscopes…the possibilities are endless.

A movie synopsis journal entry already posted by a reader:

Meet Rochelle, a jobless, goal-less, slacker with no hope in site for sustainable work. Watch her as she attempts to merely check her e-mails before she starts looking for a job…see her slyly checking out her fave blogs, then, unable to stop herself, checking out her fave bloggers fave blogs… watch her struggle with sitting up straight, and unable to remove herself from her computer chair hour after hour…forgetting about jobs, food, her husband, her needy cat…watch as she’s stuck…forever…in the Blogger Zone!

Related post: Turn Your Life into a Movie…or a Book…or a Fortune Cookie…

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