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over 3 years ago Cheyenne Cacy said:

--THIS IS NOT A SWAP--

I was simply wondering if you would take a minute of your time to read (and heart, if deserved) my poem "What Kind Of World Is This? I would appreciate feedback!

Here is the link:

http://figment.com/books/758094-What-Kind-Of-World-Is-This-

Thank you!

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over 3 years ago Ellie Katherine said:

Hi! Wanna swap? If so, please read my short "I Swear To Tell The Truth." Thanks!

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over 3 years ago CeceO (On&off) said:

swap? pls read ON THE RUN, thanks so much

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over 3 years ago Molly McIlvar said:

Hi, would you like to swap? If so, could you please read and comment on "Love Letters (Revised)"? Heart if you like, but I'm really looking for feedback. I'll do the same for anything of yours (preferably something short, since it might take me a while to get through a longer piece- but I will still read it!) If not, or if I've already posted this, just ignore it. Thanks :)

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over 3 years ago Elizabeth said:

It's an either - or situation (the long book versus a series), but I just figured that Jane loved the book so much that she kept it for a year and carried it around. Kinda ridiculous, but it sounds like something I would do. The reason it's like that is because I didn't realize that it had to be a character in a book falling in love with the reader, so originally it was just this guy who always went to the same café as her and, after a year of watching her, finally confessed his love in a letter. Instead of tearing the whole thing up, I just did a few quick substitutions.

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