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#Writing Prompt: The Big D

BigDMarch comes in like a lion and goes out like a lamb. This month is all about scenes that could be filled with anger or sensible adults talking something out. You decide!

This time, there’s no working it out. It’s time for the Big D. Some people divorce with such panache it gives you faith in humanity … others, you want to tape and send to Jerry Springer.  Do your characters move forward with maturity? Do they fight? Are the cops called? Is there an ugly custody battle? Are holidays forever awkward?

Seeing our characters at their worst — or their best — tells us much about them.

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