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October 31, 2010

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Ooh, that sounds fun. I have an idea...

Aw, all energies are going to NaNo right now, but hopefully I can come up with something for this!

I think I might do this using Great Expectations.

Here you are. A ghostly insertion into an unimportant little scene in "Bleak House." Some of the words are Dickens', and some are mine.
http://www.fanfiction.net/s/6144360/16/100_Dickens_Drabbles

Beautiful job, Christy! You made it so seamless!

Thanks!

Terrific Christy!

And hey, I really want to see you write some DC fic, madam. I'm like the only one who writes DC and I want to READ some too! ^_^

Christy, that was absolutely beautiful. I love reading Bleak House fics and rarely get to. That was phenomenal. Thank you, thank you, thank you.

Here is mine. I chose a passage from Great Expectations:
http://velle.livejournal.com/53498.html#cutid1

"And hey, I really want to see you write some DC fic, madam. I'm like the only one who writes DC and I want to READ some too!"

And here I thought you had it all covered.
OK, fine. I'm going to haunt Aunt Betsey.

Selenia: Auggh! Ghostly!

Ah. I think I might do one. It might be a day or two, though.

Oh, poor Aunt Betsey!

Selenia, wow!! That was truly chilling!

Christy yours is amazing!
I can't wait to read others!

I'll write one soon. I think I'll do one on OMF, maybe. :)

Cool!

When I get a chance, I'm going to try a "Little Dorrit" one.

So, I FINALLY got my ghost story written -- in April!

http://www.fanfiction.net/s/6901849/1/

Special thanks to Nina -- your "How to Write Like Dickens" tutorial was a great help with this one.

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