Lesson 5: Discussion

by Nancy

Questions or thoughts about Lesson 4? Post them here, and help other writers by answering their questions.


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Nov 03, 2010
@ Molly

Hi Molly,

I see your post in the Lesson 5 section, so everything seems to be fine. Normally, there's a little delay after posting before something appears online. It's nothing to worry about. Thanks so much for sharing your writing!

All the best,

Nancy (Creative Writing Now)

Oct 22, 2010
by: Molly

I posted my writing to lesson 5 and I can't find it this am. Was there a mix-up between lessons 4 &5 or am I not the sharpest tool in the shed.


Aug 27, 2010
Did We Lose Martha & Gail?
by: N Kotkin

Are you coming back?

I miss you in the course.

Aug 20, 2010
Revealing exercise.
by: Robbie

Writing opposite points of view in a blind date scene was fun. And revealing. I think that I might play with different points of view in stories that I'm writing and can't seem to move along. I spent more like ten minutes on each point of view for this lesson. Then I edited them a bit. I'll post it on Lesson 5: Share Your Writing. I'd be interested in any comments.

Aug 14, 2010
Exercise 5 - I'm late again
by: Angelo

Hi there,
Please see my input. Five minutes really makes you work. I usually go over by a few minutes. I'm not sure if I will use this in any story but I will store it anyway.

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