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    For Kris

    Thank-you for the feedback. I found it useful. You were spot on- it is a Scottish time-travel(there is a meddling match-making time-traveling fairie-cat who brings soul mates together across...
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    My attempt/ Dory

    Ian pressed a coin into the old manís hand. It was more than the trinket was worth. The farmerís wrinkled face split into a wide toothless grin. He bowed and left the room.
    Ian looked at the...
  3. Thread: Hi y'all!

    by Doreen
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    Hello All I could certainly use this class....

    Hello All
    I could certainly use this class. looking forward to it.
    Dory
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    Thank-you Catherine for a wonderful workshop. I...

    Thank-you Catherine for a wonderful workshop. I got a lot outof it. It was very enjoyable and I have some ideas to work on. Again, thak-you.
    Dory
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    re punctuation

    Darla : My punctuation must give you fits. It does for most people. I take grammar classes but I think my brain runs ahead of my grammar. I have actually subscribed to 2 grammar programs (I use...
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    re prompt 8/Dory

    That felt a whole lot better. Having punctuation put me once again in my comfort zone.
    Dory:dizzy:The other way was much too disconcerting,
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    prompt 8/Dory

    My god, she must have stabbed the man 132 times. Feeling numb, she turned off the electric knife. She stood over him, a sense of the unreal crept over her as she continued to stare at the dead,...
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    I know I am guilty of both run-on sentences , and...

    I know I am guilty of both run-on sentences , and sentence fragments. I can generally (once its pointed out fix the run ons but I'm particular abut the fragments and seem loath to let them go....
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    re Darla's prompt.

    You got a way with words missy. I really like it. Yes I often write longhand, I'm computer-illiterate and it helps me think. Do you find that?
    I do want to read more of this. It would make a great...
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    Prompt 7-np punctuation

    I know I did not enjoy reading Faulkner when he did this. It was a nightmare. But there is my try. 

    my god she must have stabbed the man 132 times feeling numb she turned off the electric knife...
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    re Darla's taste/Dory

    Oh,very, very nice.I've eaten alligator and it is good. Very cleaver.
    Dory:eat:
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    re Darla's prompt touch./Dory

    Really nice Darla. I could almost feel the fabrics. very well done description.
    Dory:sofa:
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    Prompt 4 Darla's scent piece./Dory

    Very touching piece Darla. I liked it very much. I look forward to seeing what else you will come up with during this class.
    Dory
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    re Darla prompt 2 sight/Dory

    Darla: One has to do all kinds of moods--our characters get them we write them. This was just full of emotion. The poor woman's sadness came through very well. I felt for her and that means you did...
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    re Darla -sound/Dory

    OOh, I love Tienan. You packed a lot of hope and emotion in that story. It would be nice to see it developed further. I know I want to know more. I am glad you liked mine. I'm not surprised we both...
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    re prompt 1

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    . I especially liked this sentence: "Other children had tree houses, I had the tree." Awesome line.[/QUOTE]


    I was thinking when I saw this picture of my husband and the story he used to...
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    prompt 6 Dory

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    The bright red checkered tablecloth proclaimed bodly the Italian theme of the restaurant. The constant cheery buzz of mixed voices surrounded me but I could not make them all out.I adjusted my...
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    prompt 5-touch?Dory

    Marissa pushed the cart down the narrow aisle of the store, stopping frequently when the one wheel insisted on stopping before she did. But today nothing bothered her, she even smiled,even as she...
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    Prompt 5 touch

    Marissa pushed the cart down the narrow aisle of the store, stopping frequently when the one wheel insisted on stopping before she did. But today nothing bothered her, she even smiled,even as she...
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    Prompt 4-scent

    The scent of peony flowers pervaded the room yet none were in sight. It meant she had been here. The samari warrior inhaled deeply as if by breathing in the the flowers essence he could devine the...
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    Prompt 3- sound /Dory

    The music floated like a whisper of smoke upon the wind. Its joyful message found a home in his heart. Its message became a healing balm for his soul. Drum, lute and string melded together to gladden...
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    Prompt 2 -sight Dory

    [Sorry. a little short.
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    The old tree still stood. Older, even more knarlled than I remembered. Still, a sense of of peace came over me as I starred up through its leafless branches, to stare...
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    Just sayin'/Dory

    I must say that the first thing that ran through my mind when I saw the picture was "funeral tree" For some reason my mind went to "A Separate Peace" which I read in high school so many years ago....
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    promp1 -

    It was fun. Different since I'm used to historical. I generally avoid contemporary. It was good to stretch.
    Dory
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    assignation

    Bruce Jenner strided across the greens of central park; his mind on the lake. He barely spared a glance at the people he passed. It was nearing 6 pm and he didn't want to be late. The note had simply...
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