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memphisgirl

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first registered 19.07.10

last online 369 days ago

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Songwriter, reformed culinary disaster.




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Duma Key, Stephen King
The Likeness, Tina French
The Grapes of Wrath, John Steinbeck
Widow of the South, Robert Hicks
The Poisonwood Bible, Barbara Kingsolver
Dirt Music, Tim Winton
Anything by James Lee Burke

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I wrote 399 days ago

There is a lot worth pursuing here. The writing is dreamy in a good way and the manuscript is hard to walk away from. I suggest breaking this long piece into smaller segments (chapters, what have you). I am the world's worst at posting long chapters, so this is a case of "Don't Follow Me!" I am comp... view book

I wrote 399 days ago

This has mucho potential. Change "Mame" to "Ma'am," a contraction for Madame. Good luck. L. (Joli Blon Gone) view book

I wrote 415 days ago

Your literary style reminds me of Aussie Tim Winton (Dirt Music) and that is a compliment. Your characters and scenes have dimension, your writing style pleases, your mix of scene, dialogue, and full-bodied characters is refreshing. Six stars and highly recommended. Lisa (Joli Blon Gone) view book

I wrote 420 days ago

Amazing. view book

I wrote 426 days ago

Brian: The characters, sharply drawn, reek of realism. You turn the volume up every inch of the way to what will be the turning point. Good storytelling and timely because parents have no idea how cyberspace has swallowed their kids whole. My only crit is some pronoun confusion in Chapter 5, and ... view book

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