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    I am writing a story of my own. I have shared it with people at school, and I they have given me nothing but good feedback about it. I have writen 28 pages so far and it's only the prologue, and the first 2 chapters. If you are interested in hearing my story, e-mail me at Itsorandom@hotmail.com

    To know more about me and my story, look at the (About Me) thing on my profile.

    I have a story, and I would like to share it.
    A cold wind blew into his face, chilling him to the bone. He stopped and looked up at the gray sky which soon would be a black as his thoughts.

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    Re: Writing a story of my own

    Well why don't you just post it here for us to read?

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    • #3
      Re: Writing a story of my own

      I never thought of that. I could do that.
      A cold wind blew into his face, chilling him to the bone. He stopped and looked up at the gray sky which soon would be a black as his thoughts.

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      • #4
        Re: Writing a story of my own

        Yeah, that's probably a better idea. I'd start by writing a little something about your story, like what it's about, genre and such, then post the story itself.
        "So, where shouldn't I go so that I don't turn the power back on, accidentally?"

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        • #5
          Re: Writing a story of my own

          Yeah. I figured I should post something telling you what genre it is and all that before posting the actual thing. Otherwise people would be all confused and be like "What genre is this, I can't tell." and other things like that.
          A cold wind blew into his face, chilling him to the bone. He stopped and looked up at the gray sky which soon would be a black as his thoughts.

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          • #6
            Re: Writing a story of my own

            I'll lock this thread, since the author started up a new one.
            http://forum.alanwake.com/showthread.php?t=5705
            "So, where shouldn't I go so that I don't turn the power back on, accidentally?"

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