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So the first rule of writing is to write what you know.
For this proposal I want to branch out, and suggest that instead, we write about what we don't know, but would like to know...
How you would live in a parallel universe, perhaps. Or maybe if you'd chosen a different path in life, or even what life would be like if you were famous. It doesn't have to be something you'd necessarily choose to experience, but that would be interesting to know about or experience nonetheless.
If you've always had money write about being poor. Or if you were popular at school, write the story of the quiet kid in the corner.
It's simple, and kind of vague I know, but we know what we know, and sometimes it's interesting to explore what we don't...
Project #3 is due: Friday, 2nd March, 2007. Critique for project #3: Friday 16th March 2007.