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Rolling Red Lipstick

A teenage romance ... .. .

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tbacha58
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I like it, as I usually due to my eyesight I cannot read long stories. I loved the connection between them, very cool, and I read it with enthusiasm. Good luck with your writing. I felt you have a definite goal to do something with your life. Wonderful. So happy for you. Terry xoxo


 Comment Written 13-Mar-2019



reply by the author on 13-Mar-2019
    Hi Terry,

    My goal is to get something aired on BBC Radio in England.

    Am making some contacts and writing the script at present.


    I use FanStory to try out new ideas.

    Thanks for all your support.

    Richard.

reply by tbacha58 on 13-Mar-2019
    OH, Richard, what a beautiful aim you have chosen. I am so happy for you, and I pray you will reach your goal very soon. Keep me posted. Love Terry xoxo
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Richard :)
I like how Ade and Ben are buzzing off each other.
The visual you created of Ade deliberately/accidentally dropping and rolling her lipstick over towards Ben so she could talk to him is fun. He noticed it was intentional....and you blokes pretend you're not perceptive (wink!)
Creative use of the lyrics - wonder which song will be the soundtrack for the continuation the adventure?!
Best wishes, Debs :)
* Worlds best kept secret, me LOL!


 Comment Written 13-Mar-2019



reply by the author on 13-Mar-2019
    Debs,

    Thought you were working.

    Day off?

    Thanks

    Richard.

    PS 1: Regarding secrets, there's no way my Mum would have told the Germans where the local Dads' Army unit was based, unless the Germans asked for a cup of tea, and chatted with her in the lounge!

    The best thing about a script is you can get away with stuff that could never happen in real life.

    PS 2: Have you seen Fleabag on BBC3?

    [I cannot remember if I have already asked you this, and if you have already replied!]


reply by Debra White on 13-Mar-2019
    Richard :)
    I work part time (although it feels like full time!)
    I don't recall watching Fleabag....I will look out for it :)
    Debs
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I liked this, RichardFann. It was very unique and creative. I love the use of American Pie to tell the story and have the two main characters connect. Good job.


 Comment Written 13-Mar-2019



reply by the author on 13-Mar-2019
    Hi Chas,

    Thanks for your comments.

    American Pie is a great 'poem,' as you think you know what it means. Then when you think again, you realise you're no longer sure.

    As with all great poems and prose, there's a strand of mystery, secretly woven in.

    Thanks.
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