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April 23, 2010

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Sweet! I like seeing my story in print - kind of. Thanks for posting it! :)

You kind of like seeing it in print? :-)

No, I love seeing it on the site! :) I meant it was kind of in print (because it's not really, it's on the internet).

Come on, folks, we need an installment 3! Any takers? :-)

This is so funny. I was going to bring in Jenny Wren just exactly where you did, though in a slightly different manner.
Well, I reckon I'll take the next bit.

However Jenny got in, I'm very happy she's here! :-) Thanks for volunteering, Christy. Is Friday a good deadline for you, or do you need a bit more time?

I'm not quite sure. I'll try for Friday, but no promises.

. . . and having said that, she then wrote and sent me a terrific chapter 3. Look for it Friday morning.

I am so impressed by the level of writing talent around here!

Darn you Gina and your editorial privileges! I want to read it too!

Wahahaha. Ahem.

Patience, my dear, patience . . . ;-)

The ending was so suspenseful; good job, Lydia! I can't wait to read the next part...I can think of at least three characters who might be the rescuer. :)

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