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Very odd prompts
on 3 April 2017
This review is very much a first impression. I'm writing a book set in spring, and it's spring now. So I looked at the spring section of this book and found that they author has never heard of grey British spring days, which are still too cold to dispense with coats, but not pouring with rain. The author assumes that spring either has nice showers or warm sunny days. No bleugh greyness and 10 degrees centigrade.
Also, most of the prompts seem to be aimed at children, and children of the Enid Blyton world, but a bit Americanised. Some of the prompts seem aimed at gardners and people who know something about flowers and vegetation. I haven't yet found an urban prompt.
Not the most useful prompt source I have. I'm glad it was free. If at any point I change my mind, I will revisit this review.