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Exercise #692

Exercise #692: Word Play
Posted 12/30/16

Today’s exercise is based on a Brookline Letter Change puzzle. In a Brookline Letter Change, you start with a base word. For each succeeding word, begin with the base word but change each letter to make a new word, in order. So the first word is your base word, while the second word is your base word using a different first letter. Your third word is your base word again, using a different second letter, etc.

When you have your set of words, put them together and write!

You may use your own Brookline for your exercise or my example words below. If you use your own, please include it!

Critiquers, you might choose to answer these questions for critiquing the piece:
     * Did you catch any spelling errors or other standard proofreading items? If so, note them for the author.
     * Do you think these words folded seamlessly into the SUB? Why or why not?

Word limit: 1200
Please use the subject line:
             SUB: Exercise #692/yourname

Example Brookline Letter Change:
    * Nine
    * Fine
    * None
    * Nile
    * Niņo

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