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RADerdeyn last won the day on June 21 2018

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  1. Milestone is an understatement in today's world. Congratulations and here's to many more.
  2. Lynn, praying, now and going forward, for you and your recovery.
  3. Sorry I missed yesterday. I hope you had a great day.
  4. Happy belated birthday, Rebecca. Since we missed by a day, you don't have to count this year, so you're one year younger!
  5. Chuck, You have very nice looking website. I like the clean layout and the way you set up the navigation. I don't want to rain on the parade, but there is a grammar error on the landing page. You make the comment, "Who would have thought that my dad, who was never much of a reader, was quoting the literary genious of Dickens?" I believe the word you want is "genius".
  6. Thank you all. It is an absolute joy to be a part of this wonderful community.
  7. Praying for your husband and you too - he for a successful procedure and you for calming the stress of having one you love go through it.
  8. SW, I just got back from a short hiatus from CW site, and I saw this post about your series. So I watched both of the videos from the series (so far) and enjoyed them. You have a rather unique way of approaching and making your points, but it works. It is unique enough to grab attention, but genuine enough and filled with plenty of solid information to retain the viewer's interest. I hope you do well with the series.
  9. Happy Birthday @suspensewriter. I hope you had and are still having a great day.
  10. I suppose if I want to be a better writer, I guess I need to hope I use better words - I think...
  11. Hi Claire, I would be happy to read your story. Tell me at what level you want feedback and I will do my best to be good.
  12. If you are looking for well-written fantasy ("looking for inspiration") and are willing to overlook some thematic content that isn't Christian, here are a few books that I think were very well done. 1. I second @Catherine Rohsner on George MacDonald's Phantastes. The language is a little oddly worded at times (it was published in 1858), but the story and the imagination embedded in it are first rate. The story was a significant influence on C.S. Lewis and I would bet money that Tolkien read it too as there are elements that could easily lead to some of what is in the LOTR. 2. I would
  13. @EBraten, I am in the throes of figuring out how to deliver free and/or ARC copies and have been looking at both of these services and a few others. If you have a minute, I would be interested in, 1) Why use both services? and 2) Is one obviously better than the other? I do understand that StoryOrigin is free for the moment. Thanks
  14. I self-published the first book in my series a few years ago, after having it edited by a freelance editor. She did a good job, but in thinking about writing and publishing the following books in the series, I decided I wanted to get a more professional opinion. So, I looked at Reedsy to find someone to do a manuscript evaluation before I finalize the next books in the series. The process of finding the person on Reedsy was well-structured and easy to do. I specified what I wanted and a bit of info about the book. I was also able to use the search function to narrow down the candidates to
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