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Alzheimer's by jim lawler

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Jim, if it were possible, I'd give your beautiful poem 10 stars at least. What a tragedy you've endured and continue to endure. Alzheimer's is such an insidious disease. I know God blesses you and your lovely bride. I only wish she could come back to you and for you. You're my kind of guy.

Jack
Comment Written by Scrivener on 15-May-2015

Emma's birthday by Brian Terry
Chapter 19 of the book Data Miners and the Portal

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Excellent read, Brian. This chapter certainly piqued my interest; I was looking forward to finding out who, or what EMILY was. I'm interested in reading following chapters. Good work!

Jack
Comment Written by Scrivener on 04-May-2015

Chapter 2 - Getting to Know You by jpduck
Chapter 2 of the book Time & Again -- A Novel

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Superbly written, jpduck, and worth all six stars. It's well-fitted to the YA market, for which I've written myself. Congratulations. A great read.

Jack
Comment Written by Scrivener on 04-May-2015

The Encylopedia Britannica: Part Two by Cat of Letters
Chapter 15 of the book Tails From My Life

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You've done it again, Alison. Great read. I'm looking forward to your. . .er, Zahir's next episode. Damned talented, that Angora. Did you give him writing lessons?

Cheers!
Jack
Comment Written by Scrivener on 03-May-2015

The Painting (The Swiss Connection) by E. Ronin

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Congratulations, E. Ronin. An excellent read. You have captured the essence of the Cold War era. From what I read, this story takes place in modern times, still demonstrating the perceived mistrust of everyone and everything by Russia. One minor correction. When you are writing German/Swiss dialogue, the German term for 'name' is namen, pronounced NAH-men, i.e. . .mein namen ist. . . Very well written!

Jack
Comment Written by Scrivener on 03-May-2015

Craftsman by alf collier

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Great read, alf collier, and wonderfully written. I could envision the crafts person as they carefully, and lovingly, constructed their tall ship. Truly deserving of the five stars.

Jack
Comment Written by Scrivener on 03-May-2015

Chapter 46 by Kokopelli
Chapter 46 of the book The Passamaquoddy Incident

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Damn, Kokopelli, you cut this off too soon! I was really getting into your story, and left me wanting for more. You deserve the six stars. I enjoyed the Native aspect as I myself have written two related stories involving one Native boy and one non-Native who are best friends. If you'd like to check them out, they're Spirit Fish, and Cave!
Excellent read. Keep up the great work.

Jack
Comment Written by Scrivener on 03-May-2015

Car Review (or commentary in prose) by sunnilicious
Chapter 29 of the book NaProWriMo 2015

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Sunnilicious, you've captured the essence of everyone who's had a used car, or a beater, as I have. I think you're speaking from experience with that VW! Keep on writin'; you're doing well.

Jack
Comment Written by Scrivener on 29-Apr-2015

The Wasteland. by Tomes Johnston
Chapter 26 of the book I-Land

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Good one, Tomes. You were able to paint a vivid picture with your words. I could envision myself right there with Knight, covering his back. Good read.

Jack
Comment Written by Scrivener on 29-Apr-2015

A Childrens Puppet Show by K. Lorraine
Chapter 3 of the book A children?s puppet show

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Nice little play, K. Lorraine. And an excellent message for youngsters. I'm certain you've taught patience understanding to your children and grandkids, and I'm sure they've learned well. You have written so I actually was able to picture myself as an observer there in the park. Well done!

Jack
Comment Written by Scrivener on 29-Apr-2015


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