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  1. For all of you who had the courage to try this, regardless of whether you think you are managing to get ahead or stay ahead, ...
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  2. I searched the forum and didn't find any posts related to Defining Character Age. I'm up against it with Leoshine. Her body is one age and her mind is another. She lives in a different society from ours so the usual clues that a westerner would recognise are not available. Here are a few articles I found in my quest to write myself out of this knotty challenge: An Age Old Question Habits and Traits Do you have any other resources or suggestions? I need all the help I can get!
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  3. Hello All! I'm pleased to announce that Love Costs, the third book in the Shards of Sevia series, is released today! Check it out here: https://books2read.com/u/m0wxBA Or here: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/55880429-love-costs Thanks to @WanderingTiger @RockyMtn Gal @Jared Williams @suspensewriter @Rene @Sarah Daffy @lynnmosher @Shamrock @dlodes and everybody else who helped make this idea a reality! The good ideas are yours; the mistakes are all mine.
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  4. True love is patient, true love is kind This kind love on earth, you cannot find so perfect, so forgiving, without ill intent no strings attached, is how it is meant No force or restraining, this love doesn't bind with no records of wrong, this love is truly blind it is given to everybody with no expect for reward but the cost was far greater, than we could ever afford This love never gives up, or will ever disappear it stands tall and fights, it will conquer any fear it will lift you up, put you upon the higher ground bring
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  5. Zee, Here's another one from Hannah. Do you like it better?
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  6. I was going to make a joke about it. Na, you wouldn't get it.
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  7. Like most good things, a book is very much a team effort!
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  8. I like reading children's books. I think it would be fun to read.
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  9. Couldn't be stranger than fact, these days!
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  10. And if you know me, that's right up my alley.
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  11. Why not, if it’s fun? You might end up with ammunition for entertaining small children, which is sometimes a lifesaver.
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  12. I found this poem that I wrote awhile ago, it was a little odd and weird, but I thought I'd share it to see what people think PHILIPPIANS 4:13 I can do all things through Christ which strengthens me. The road that leads to destiny is not very straight at all. It is filled with many twists and turns. peaks to climb, valleys to fall. There is a curve called Failure, and a sharp corner called Pride. and long loops called Confusion, Let the map of prayer be your guide. Speed bumps may be called Friends, red lights could be your foes.
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  13. Offically over 140, 000 words. And still not done! Never written a book this big.
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  14. Just popping back in to say that the Scarlet Pimpernel miniseries (spliced together to be a movie) with Anthony Andrews, Jane Seymour, and Ian McKellen is FIRE (to use a millennial expression). I didn’t think of it, but @Celebrianneis right - The leads actually do spend a big chunk of the story married ... and uh ... it’s very complicated to explain without spoilers. I’m not as familiar with the books, but I believe there’s a similar through-line in them.
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  15. I have a political opinion blog that I am starting to get quite a following and I was wanting to do a basic animal husbandry blog to help those getting into small farm animals so they can understand what is and isn't normal behavior, how to give vaccinations and trim feet as well as information on birthing and breeding.
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  16. I love "he fell in love with his wife" stories! They're my favorite romance subgenre. The Scarlet Pimpernel is a classic in this line, and Cupid and Psyche is one of the oldest stories ever. I've also loved the Amelia Peabody Egyptian mysteries because most of them are after they get married. The Princess by Lori Wick is one of the few modern Christian romances I've reread because they aren't *too* good as they struggle to trust and love each other.
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  17. That's awesome! Now I'm gonna have to go back and read the first two
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  18. Sounds like a great opportunity! Are you still taking people? Maybe a chapter from my novel or memior. My memior is about 3,500 words and needs polishing. How short should it be? PM me if you'd like
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  19. Congratulations with your newly published poems!
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  21. Yes, I have a few up. Below should be a link to one. I am preparing to upload two more shorts. Evans Grove Productions.
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  22. Day 12 and I hit 20K finishing at 22K. Yeah.
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  24. I was searching angry/sad faces for you and I found this picture...now Susan is not a brunette, of course, but this picture is a pretty good artistic representation of the spiritual and emotional results of hating God. What if you started out with a dark, subdued palette for your first cover, then had a mid-range one for your second, and then chose a bright one (complete with handsome dog and happy couple) for your third? You could keep the same fonts and colors to give continuity, but have this increase in brightness as Susan moves back toward God...
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  25. This belongs under Plugs and Promos, I think. But congratulations, by the way, Karen.
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  26. Just to be clear as some people are recording their daily count and others, like me, are giving the total amount so far. The 15,900 is the overall total I have written since 1st Nov.
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  27. Cue the “ooooooohhhhhh”.
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  28. Okay, I'm back! Story title: Storyteller 1) 2190 2) 1696 3) 2475 4) 2277 5) 1360 6) 2076 7) 2392 8 ) 2937 9) 2796 10) 2271 11) 986 12) 1336 13) 2691 14) 1613 15) 1984 16) 1300 17) 1300 18) 1027 19) 1409 20) 2477 21) 2193 22) 1463 23) 1100 24) 1362 25) 1048 26) 707 27) 2026 28) 29) 30) Total word count: 48492
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  29. Hey all. Couple things if you would be so kind to pray. 1. My son had his first major asthma attack (runs in the family). Spent the evening at the ER and it's still not as under control as I'd like. Please pray that his breather will go back to normal today and that he'll grow out of this quickly like the rest of the family has. 2. Found out I have gall stones and I need surgery on top of everything else I have going on. 2020 has not been kind. Please continue to pray for our little family. Thanks!
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  30. @Lucian Hodoboc Quite a good deal of them. The majority of them were keyboarding class files, which weren't really needed anyway. I lost all of my stories; I think there were about ten or more. Oh, and the thing of poems I had. I do, however, have the poems on here, and I wrote them in a notebook before I ever typed them.
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