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13 days ago KadiMaeSpear said:

Sure! I'll swap with you! I'll read Untitled and you read anything you like of mine!

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20 days ago Bryce Simon said:

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25 days ago Esme Richelle said:

I read "Untitled". Although I found the fragments a bit confusing, I agree with some of the commenters that it somehow highlights the personality and circumstances of the character, going through the blase motions of "Gap Year". You may read anything of mine that you like - but I see that you've started poetry? I have one short poem "The Far Tower". Let me know if you decide to read it; if it gives you chills ;)

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27 days ago MicKenzie Tood said:

A swap sounds wondrous! I will get started on that right away. In return, I would like you to read, at the least, a chapter or two of my novel "You Before Me," though you are welcome to read more if you do so choose! Thank you. ~Miki :D

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28 days ago Elizabeth Taylor said:

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