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take a statueit does not movebut has grooveseveryone provesit is an admire art rejoices for hours take you when alittle bluethe whole worldfeelsglueda little shakecan almost bruisebut a smile canmove a tilesuch power is a style ______...

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I need a good villain name

I would say Benjamin Linus, but that is already taken from the tv show lost. My favorite bad guy of all time, he always had a plan and he never monologues. He was ruthless only by necessity or personal gain. Otherwise he was always a charmi...

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Winner of Poetry Contest #299 || Theme: Free for All!

Congratulations! @PoemNerd212 you’ve won! @Wreybies will be a long to grant your medal. With that being said, you can check out @PoemNerd212‘s poem below. Next poetry contest should be up in a bit. Thanks! ______________________...

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addition and substraction

So often I see advice given to “kill darlings” or “slaughter sacred cows”. I find it slightly alarming that such advice is given without even reading the work, but perhaps that should be saved for a different t...

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Forshadowing a war

The first half of the book is taking place before the second world war in which most of my young characters will fight and die. I want to avoid the “everything was perfect before and everybody laughed in slow motion” clichés th...

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GB reader wins the April 2018 contest!

The Twins (1211 words) “I am sorry sir. You will have to buy two or four,” said the store clerk. “Is this some April Fool’s joke?” said the customer. “No, sir.” “Then get me three apples.” “You can only buy them in pairs...

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The Eagle and the Dragon MWA Book of the Year Award

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But at What Cost?

True, alot of times stories with invincible characters get boring after the same thing over and over. #the hero saves the day again Superman, dragon ball z, naruto, bleach.All shows, comics with overpowered hero’s that always come out...

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First Person vs. Third Person – what do you prefer?

I can write either, and which one is one of the key decisions I make before beginning to write. Both first and third can be equally intimate. Both allow you to dwell in the head of the main character, not that that is necessarily a good thi...

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Rational War Decisions?

Okay so my main story takes place in the future, but I was thinking of writing an origins book just because I thought it would be fun. I am pretty bad at culture in a real world setting and have no entensions of becoming a culture expert to...

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