The Writing Puzzle, by Russell Conover

Jim was beyond frustrated with his story. He had lots of great ideas for scenes, but just couldn’t sequence them correctly and make them fit together.

Then he had an idea. He printed the scene ideas onto slips of paper, and taped them to puzzle pieces. By rearranging the pieces and linking some together, he felt more confident in his plot.

Suddenly, Jim’s nose tingled, and he sneezed monstrously. Wiping his face, he gasped to see that the puzzle had scattered onto the floor, with no rhyme or reason.

“NOOOO!” he wailed, eyeing the chaos. “Back to the drawing board.”

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