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  • By RYCJ
    ...owever) of a similar nature. To your synopsis I would add more detail. For instance: ‘The lonely witch Nadia is the new girl in town. On pins and needles after years of homeschooling,...
  • ...oluntary howl—but when she lifted teary eyes, her gaze in the mirror, far from a child’s hurt stare, wore an exact replica of her mother’s iciest needles.  Under the weight of that ga...
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    Last reply by Elisabeth Kinsey
    ...head came up—bringing another involuntary howl—but her gaze in the mirror, far from a child’s hurt stare, was an exact replica of Azelie’s iciest needles.  Under the weight of that ga...
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  • Ha! I truly was on pins and needles reading this very concise post I agree with! One of my books I actually did go all the way there... more so than a few others where I went there,...
  • ...immediately went to negative thoughts."  Her response is one we ALL need to hear:   "I think it's completely common for artists to be on pins and needles when awaiting feedback becaus...
  • ...ugh edits with my first book and it was brutal. My baby was dissected, examined and rebuilt in parts. I love the end results. I'm now on pins and needles with the second book. Good Ed...