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Comment by
Janine Ellis-Fynn
 
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This is nothing short of brilliant. The suspense keep me reading hungrily. In fact I spot read it as I couldn't wait to get to the end. Well done!


 Comment Written 19-May-2010



reply by the author on 21-May-2010
    Please forgive me for this cut and paste response. I've been having a bit of a thriller myself - been clearing trees, shrubs and weeds and a ringer called poison ivy jumped into the match. I lost and my eyes now resemble a prize fighter--swollen to the max. I can squint today so I wanted to let you know I appreciate your reading Thank you for your continued support and understanding...Smiles, Carol
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hfriscia
 
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This is a very good story to read...The flow of this work is great, wasn't bored at all...I enjoyed the suspense of this piece as well...Sorry, I don't have any 6 stars left, it deserves it...


 Comment Written 19-May-2010



reply by the author on 21-May-2010
    Please forgive me for this cut and paste response. I've been having a bit of a thriller myself - been clearing trees, shrubs and weeds and a ringer called poison ivy jumped into the match. I lost and my eyes now resemble a prize fighter--swollen to the max. I can squint today so I wanted to let you know I appreciate your reading Thank you for your continued support and understanding...Smiles, Carol
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MercyWrites
 
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What a lovely story. You had me engrossed with the first sentence. Your story has many rings of truth in it. I wonder how many writers, who spouses filled neglect. My favorite part is the happy ending.


 Comment Written 18-May-2010



reply by the author on 21-May-2010
    Please forgive me for this cut and paste response. I've been having a bit of a thriller myself - been clearing trees, shrubs and weeds and a ringer called poison ivy jumped into the match. I lost and my eyes now resemble a prize fighter--swollen to the max. I can squint today so I wanted to let you know I appreciate your reading Thank you for your continued support and understanding...Smiles, Carol
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Earthwriter
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very true my friend sometimes inpiration feels like it will always be there and then it dries up for long periods well done nice post


 Comment Written 18-May-2010



reply by the author on 21-May-2010
    Please forgive me for this cut and paste response. I've been having a bit of a thriller myself - been clearing trees, shrubs and weeds and a ringer called poison ivy jumped into the match. I lost and my eyes now resemble a prize fighter--swollen to the max. I can squint today so I wanted to let you know I appreciate your reading Thank you for your continued support and understanding...Smiles, Carol
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MJMuraco
 
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Well written commentary of how tough it is to be a writer when you have a significant other who loves you. My husband travels often and thinks I should write when he's not here and give him my love and attention when he is home. I have very little time anyway with family demands and sometimes I get the creative juices flowing late at night and it's when he is home. The guilt sets in.


 Comment Written 17-May-2010



reply by the author on 21-May-2010
    Please forgive me for this cut and paste response. I've been having a bit of a thriller myself - been clearing trees, shrubs and weeds and a ringer called poison ivy jumped into the match. I lost and my eyes now resemble a prize fighter--swollen to the max. I can squint today so I wanted to let you know I appreciate your reading Thank you for your continued support and understanding...Smiles, Carol
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RobinWrites
 
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Lately re-writing my chapters have led to moments likes these. I only wish I had such an understand partner. Good for him and I really enjoyed this wonderful and inspiring story.


 Comment Written 17-May-2010



reply by the author on 21-May-2010
    Please forgive me for this cut and paste response. I've been having a bit of a thriller myself - been clearing trees, shrubs and weeds and a ringer called poison ivy jumped into the match. I lost and my eyes now resemble a prize fighter--swollen to the max. I can squint today so I wanted to let you know I appreciate your reading Thank you for your continued support and understanding...Smiles, Carol

reply by RobinWrites on 23-May-2010
    Get better, for I do enjoy reading your works. They are wonderful.
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Isaiah Ramesses
 
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Well done. He'd better make time that woman! Lol! You captured the subject matter well within your words--a writer can never forget the love and desires of his/her support group.
Well done.

Isaiah Ramesses


 Comment Written 17-May-2010



reply by the author on 21-May-2010
    Please forgive me for this cut and paste response. I've been having a bit of a thriller myself - been clearing trees, shrubs and weeds and a ringer called poison ivy jumped into the match. I lost and my eyes now resemble a prize fighter--swollen to the max. I can squint today so I wanted to let you know I appreciate your reading Thank you for your continued support and understanding...Smiles, Carol
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What a wonderful story! It's so easy to get wrapped up in our heads sometimes that we lose sight of the things that are truly important. Those of us lucky enough to have that support need to remember to water it and keep it nourished. Thanks for the reminder!
Amanda


 Comment Written 17-May-2010



reply by the author on 21-May-2010
    Please forgive me for this cut and paste response. I've been having a bit of a thriller myself - been clearing trees, shrubs and weeds and a ringer called poison ivy jumped into the match. I lost and my eyes now resemble a prize fighter--swollen to the max. I can squint today so I wanted to let you know I appreciate your reading Thank you for your continued support and understanding...Smiles, Carol
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melyuki
 
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hi there sis, finally got to reading this wonderful little writing art.. sounds like someone i know just a wee bit.. you are a delight. you and your fantasy delights.. luv it. fortunately i dont ever have this worry, but i know someone who does, hugs galore, crazy sis, luv melxxxxxxxx


 Comment Written 17-May-2010



reply by the author on 21-May-2010
    A big thank you from your "prize fighter" sis who lost the first round with Poison Ivy ...Smiles, Sis
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Alan Degenerate
 
 
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Great story, and yes, I believe everyone can realte to moments like this far too often in life.

Loved the line - Yesterday miraculously flowed into today without my conscious knowledge


 Comment Written 17-May-2010



reply by the author on 21-May-2010
    Please forgive me for this cut and paste response. I've been having a bit of a thriller myself - been clearing trees, shrubs and weeds and a ringer called poison ivy jumped into the match. I lost and my eyes now resemble a prize fighter--swollen to the max. I can squint today so I wanted to let you know I appreciate your reading Thank you for your continued support and understanding...Smiles, Carol
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