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Here's to the crazy ones. The misfits. The rebels. The troublemakers.
Here's to the crazy ones. The misfits. The rebels. The troublemakers.

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S'up mother fuckers.
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The Elements of Style. #AmWriting #AmEditing #Strunk&White

I bought this book by William Strunk jr. and E.B. White many years ago, but being someone who failed his English exam quite miserably not a lot of it made much sense.
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Thank You #AmWriting #AmEditing

To everyone who read and commented on the first chapter of my book. I appreciate your time and efforts.
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Below is the first chapter of my novel ‘Where There Are No Eyes’.

Please read and critique. “I like it” or “I don’t like it” are pointless remarks. Why do you like it, why don’t you like it?

Is the character of Shelley Winters fully formed in your mind?

What is your overall feeling of the chapters mood and or emotion?

Do you care about Shelley?

This is only a second draft running at 7 pages and 1736 words and please excuse spelling and grammatical errors.

Where There Are No Eyes follows Detective Chief Inspector Robert Carter as he tries to solve a series of horrific murders while dealing with his own personal problems, a promise he shouldn’t have made, and bureaucratic nonsense.’

Enjoy.
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That Scary Moment When. #AmWriting #AmEditing

You upload your work to the internet for critique. It's the first time you've let someone read your work, and I mean the only person whose eyes have seen this is you, and up load it to the interwebz.
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Below is the first chapter of my novel ‘Where There Are No Eyes’.

Please read and critique. “I like it” or “I don’t like it” are pointless remarks. Why do you like it, why don’t you like it?

Is the character of Shelley Winters fully formed in your mind?

What is your overall feeling of the chapters mood and or emotion?

Do you care about Shelley?

Any other suggestions or remarks welcome.

This is only a second draft running at 1736 words and please excuse spelling and grammatical errors.

Where There Are No Eyes follows Detective Chief Inspector Robert Carter as he tries to solve a series of horrific murders while dealing with his own personal problems, a promise he shouldn’t have made, and bureaucratic nonsense.’

Enjoy.
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