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Prompt 744 and Prompt 745

Spring is here! Or it is supposed to be in the Northern Hemisphere. So is it inspiring you or do you need a little help? If you need help, might I suggest some new prompts?     Prompt 744 – Creative Tag – List of Words Use the following words in a story – a sea shell, a blue blanket, a snowman, a caution sign, and a bench.   Prompt 745 – Creative Tag – First Line “I’m so tired of always being the one to apologize.”   If you wrote a prompt story feel free to add the connection to it below. Enjoy! Remember to read, write, and comment.

comicfan

comicfan

 

Writing Prompts #740, #741, #742, & #743

Well, I've kind of slacked this week (read as completely forgot), and there was no Wednesday post. I had a plan, but the good news is that the current Q & A has been extended, so you have until the end of this month to get your answers to me! Also, there were no prompts last week since we had a promotion announcement, so this week I'm making up for it with 4 new prompts for you to contemplate and perhaps use to pen your next story!  Happy Writing!         Prompt 740 – Creative Tag – Elf You needed a vacation, away from all the noise, people, and technology. You dug out your hiking boots, tent, knapsack, and packed up. You took the bare necessities and go deep into the forest to relax. Your first night was great, but after your second day you feel like you are being watched, and by the third you know so. When you decide to find out who is tracking you, you find yourself face to face with an elf. Now what?   Prompt 741 – Creative Tag – Vampire In this day and age, he was a rarity. He was twenty four, handsome, intelligent, healthy, and crushingly shy.  He worked on a computer from his apartment and barely had any face to face contact. When he spotted the odd man one night outside his apartment, he was sure he had to be mistaken. He was tall, dark, with red eyes, and sharp white teeth. Being the nerd he was, he raced home and began to research on his computer. What he wasn’t ready for was opening his door and finding him standing there. He sniffed once, smiled widely, and simply said, “A Virgin!” What happened next?     Prompt 742 – Creative Tag – First Line Smell of fresh dirt and rotting flesh filled the small bedroom as he crawled away from the nightmare that slowly shuffled through the doorway.   Prompt 743 – Creative Tag – Spring The first buds of spring had broken through the ground. Demeter smiled as her daughter slowly made her way into her embrace. This time Demeter decided she would create something special for her daughter, Persephone. What does Demeter do to celebrate her daughter’s homecoming?         So, have you written a new prompt response over the last couple of weeks? Share a link in the comments!    
 

Writing Prompts #738 & #739

It's Friday again, and you know what that means! New prompts!!!!  Enjoy, and happy writing!!!     Prompt 738 – Creative Tag – Hades You knew you should have read all the contracts before you signed, but who expected to be hired to walk a hell hound? Never mind one of the most famous in all of history. When the dark, sexy, brooding man told you he needed his dog, “Spot” walked and exercised, you figured it was easy cash. Now that you know “Spot” is better known as Cerberus, and the stranger is Hades, what is it that you signed up for?   Prompt 739 – Creative Tag – First Line The waves lapped at the shore, gently washing away all traces of the battle recently fought on the shore front.     Did you write a prompt response last week? Feel free to share a link in the comments!
 

Writing Prompts #736 & #737

Welcome to another edition of "Writing Prompts". There are a lot of great prompts for you to choose from, just check out the prompt forum!  And today, we're going to add two more to the list. We owe a huge thank you to @comicfan for continuing to provide us with these great prompts. Now, let's see what he has for us this week!     Prompt 736 – Creative Tag – List of Words Use the following words in a story – A laser, a police officer, a queen, a silver bell, and book.   Prompt 737 – Creative Tag – First Line The pale moonlight barely illuminated the gravestones as he rushed from one to the next, desperately searching for the right one.     Did you do any prompt writing last week? Share a link in the comments!    

Renee Stevens

Renee Stevens

 

Writing Prompts #734 & #735

Yay! For once I managed to get the prompts up on time! Go me!  As you can see, here's this weeks dose of the writing prompts, provided to us by @comicfan!  Hopefully the two prompts below will prompt a new idea. Just remember, prompt responses under 1,000 words must be posted as part of a collection.  Happy Writing!     Prompt 734 – Creative Tag – The Ring You’ve inherited an old family ring from a distant cousin. Unfortunately, the ring comes with a lot of responsibilities and powers you didn’t know about before you slid the ring on and became the new owner. What exactly does the ring do?   Prompt 735 – Creative Tag – Medical Issue You’ve been working on a cure for the space sickness for the last seven years. You’ve finally come up with a possible cure with the help of your team, but there is one hell of a side affect. The cure works but it may just cause a part of humanity to take a huge evolutionary step forward. What does the cure do?     Did you write a prompt response last week? Share the link in the comments!

Renee Stevens

Renee Stevens

 

Writing Prompts #732 & #733

It's that time again! Time to spark some creativity with this weeks prompts. Enjoy!     Prompt 732 – Creative Tag – List of words Use the following words in a story : A red rose, a box of candy, a new shirt, a lunchbox, and a torn sneaker.   Prompt 733 – Creative Tag – First Line The cat sat grooming itself as the puddle of blood slowly spread behind it on the old oak floor.     Did you write a prompt last week? Share a link in the comments.

Renee Stevens

Renee Stevens

 

Writing Prompts #730 & #731

Who's ready for your weekly dose of prompts? We have two new ones for you, courtesy of @comicfan.         Prompt 730 – Creative Tag – First Line The snow was deep and hard to cross, but the fear of what was following kept you moving.   Prompt 731 – Creative Tag – Love Cupid You’ve been picked to play Cupid in the college play. What no one realized was you didn’t audition, and love is already your full time job. While arrows are simply a myth, you are required to bring two of the most stubborn people you’ve ever seen together as a couple. Both of them are working at the play. How do you do it?         So, you had the option of four different prompts last week. Did anyone do some prompt writing? Share your prompts in the comments below.

Renee Stevens

Renee Stevens

 

Writing Prompts #726, #727, #728, & #729

Since I'm rather sick at the moment, I'm going to just get right to it. Here are the four prompts as promised.     Prompt 726 – Creative Tag – First Line The sound of heavy boots and crashing furniture woke you from an uneasy sleep.   Prompt 727 – Creative Tag – Situational writing Now for something a little different. Your scene is created based on what happened to you last. Who was the last person you talked to? They are now your main character. What is the sitting on your kitchen table? That what the scene needs to revolve around. Where is your favorite place to go in your town? Blend the three parts into a story.     Prompt 728 – Creative Tag – List of Words Use the following words in a story – A star, a crushed box, a broken tablet, a skunk, and an icy sidewalk.   Prompt 729 – Creative Tag – Suddenly Daddy Six years ago your best friend got married to her dream man. Four years ago they moved across the country for his job and you lost contact. Five minutes ago you found out she and her husband were killed in a fire, but their son survived. Both were only children and they named you as their son’s guardian. How do you take it, Daddy?     Have you written any prompts over the last couple of weeks. Share a link in the comments.

Renee Stevens

Renee Stevens

 

Writing Prompts #724 & #725

Happy Friday, y'all!  Sorry for the delayed prompts today, but here you go!  Hopefully these inspire you to write something, whether you're a seasoned author or someone writing for the first time. Enjoy!     Prompt 724 – Creative Tag – New Year, New You On New Year’s Eve like so many others you made a promise that in the new year you would change and do much better. Having had a bit too much to drink and no one special to share the night with you went home and collapsed into bed just before midnight. When you wake, you have a hell of a hangover and stumble to the bathroom to take care of business. As you catch sight of yourself in the mirror you scream. You aren’t you anymore, but that’s just the start of a new year and new you. What do you do?   Prompt 725 – Creative Tag – Midnight Kiss Your grandmother has always told the story of everyone in the family finding their true love by being kissed by their soulmate at midnight on their eighteenth new year. You were alone and didn’t get kissed. She begged you to out and celebrate on your twenty-first, saying it was the last chance. You finally do, only to be grabbed by a stranger seconds before midnight and given a soul searing kiss. What happens?     Did you write a prompt response last week? Share a link in the comments!

Renee Stevens

Renee Stevens

 

Writing Prompts #722 & #723

Hey All!  Have you missed the prompts for the last few weeks? Now that the anthologies are fully posted, it's time to return to our weekly prompts. If you haven't already done so, make sure you check out the 2019 Fall Anthology. There were some great entries, and I'm sure that you'll be able to find something that you like. Now, let's take a look at what prompts comicfan has for you this week!     Prompt 722 – Creative
Tag – First Line
“Not my problem anymore!” Prompt 723 – Creative
Tag – Birthday Gift
You are about to face a major birthday alone. Things haven’t been going well, when you get a gift. What is it and who is it from?
    Since we haven't had prompts for a few weeks, I'll ask instead.... What story have you been working on?  (If you've done a prompt in recent weeks, feel free to share that as well!)  

Renee Stevens

Renee Stevens

 

Writing Prompts #720 & #721

Sorry all, I completely spaced the prompts this morning. So without further ado, here they are!     Prompt 720 – Creative Tag – Family Dinner Everyone has taken turns holding a family dinner, except you. Unfortunately, your luck has run out and everyone is coming to your house not only for dinner, but for the holiday dinner. What do you do?
Prompt 721 – Creative Tag – List of words Use the following in a story – a turkey, a balloon, a green coat, a shattered lamp, and a water bottle.     Feel free to share your last week's prompt responses in the comments!
 

Renee Stevens

Renee Stevens

 

Writing Prompts #718 & #719

Geez, I must be losing my touch as once again I just about forgot about the blog!  So, before I head off to bed, here are this weeks prompts. Hopefully they spark some ideas for you!     Prompt 718 – Creative Tag – Embarrassing Interview You finally have the interview of your dreams. Before it begins you rush to the bathroom, take care of business, wash up, and barely walk back into the waiting room when your name is called. As you head into the interview you hear the other three applicants begin to laugh. Part way through your interview you glace down only to see a long piece of toilet paper stuck to your shoe. As you blush in mortification you look down only to see your fly isn’t completely closed either. What happens with the rest of your interview?   Prompt 719 – Creative Tag – First Line “Your turn is coming and then we will see!”     Did you write a prompt last week? Share a link in the comments!    

Renee Stevens

Renee Stevens

 

Writing Prompts #716 & #717

Are you looking for yet another writing opportunity here at Gay Authors? Luckily for you, we offer weekly writing opportunities for you. And if you don't know what to write, or just need that little push to get started, then the Writing Prompts are for you!   Also, while talking about writing opportunities, don't forget that the deadline for the Fall Anthology is fast approaching. Make sure to send your stories to @Valkyrie no later than the 15th.  Now, let's look at this week's prompts!     Prompt 716 – Creative Tag – The Lie It is a beautiful day and you call out of work saying you are sick. Deciding you will enjoy the day you head out to the city and take the train. Going down the stairs to the track, you are struck from behind and fall down the stairs, slamming your shoulder, breaking your collar bone. The accident is caught on camera and is shown on the local news. How do you explain when it is shown all over?   Prompt 717 – Creative Tag – Vampire You’ve been reading everything you can get your hands on about vampires. You read about sparkly vampires, white chalky vampires, ugly vampires, and seductive ones.  None of them seem to fit the creature you seen last week or again last night. What is the vampire like?     So, did you take advantage of the writing opportunity last week? Don't forget to share your prompt responses in the comments!

Renee Stevens

Renee Stevens

 

Writing Prompts #714 & #715

Happy Friday, y'all!  Hope you all have had an awesome week. Are you ready for this week's prompts from @comicfan? Have a wonderful weekend!     Prompt 714 – Creative Tag – List of words Use the following words in a story – a purple umbrella, a bagel, a crumpled newspaper, a seagull, and a garbage can.   Prompt 715 – Creative Tag – First Line “What the hell is that?”     Did you write a prompt last week? Share the link for it below!

Renee Stevens

Renee Stevens

 

Writing Prompts #712 & #713

Woohoo! We made it. Well, I sort of did. Sorry these are a few hours late. But for those of you who are just about Halloween-ed out, this week's prompts should prove a welcome break. Now, I'm sure you could find a way to spookify them if you want, but you can also go in another direction (outer space, my fav!) with the following ideas brought to you by our prompt guru, Comicfan!    Prompt 712 – Creative Tag – First Line “What can I tell him?”   Prompt 713 – Creative Tag – Meteorite The station has been exploring deep space for years. The docking ships have created a sort of trade that has allowed the occupants to thrive. Now there is a massive meteorite hurdling directly at the station, faster than the steering rockets could possibly move it. As the head of security it is your job to save the station. What do you do?   Did you write a flash piece last week? Post a link in the comments!

Cia

Cia

 

Writing Prompts #710 & #711

Happy Friday! This week we had 2 features for a rather romantical story, but these prompts can go in completely different directions. Just what would you do if you were considered "stock"? *shudders* And fast forward past Halloween, Thanksgiving, and Christmas to plant that living tree you chose to use in an ecologically-conscious move... Is Mother Nature rewarding you? I hope to see some great prompt responses!    Prompt 710 – Creative Tag – Baby News In the order only those deemed mentally and physically fit are allowed to breed. Those who are picked are taken from their normal lives and go into the new exclusive living spaces. You’ve been chosen as male stock. Those not chosen as stock may continue living their lives normally, only they are sterilized and may apply for a child if they so desire one. Gay or straight doesn’t matter. What does that mean to you?   Prompt 711 – Creative Tag – Sudden Wealth You were digging a hole to plant the balled pine tree you used for a Christmas tree. You discover a gold nugget the size of your head three feet down. The money from it makes you incredibly rich and that wasn’t the end of the vein. What do you do now?   Did you write a flash piece last week that you want to share? Post a link in the comments!

Cia

Cia

 

Writing Prompts #708 & #709

I think there can be some great spooky stories to come from these prompts. A party hat, crime scene tape? A costume party gone wrong? Or just what might you see when you're tired and passing by... well, what can you come up with? Let's see some creativity!      Prompt 708 – Challenge Tag – Description Create a scene where the main character is exhausted. Make it clear to any reader how tired the character is. However, you may not use the words tired, exhausted, sleepy, or worn out.   Prompt 709 – Creative Tag – List of Words Use the following words in a story – a party hat, crime scene tape, a diamond earring, a puppy, and a book.   Did you write a flash piece? Post a link in the comments!

Cia

Cia

 

Writing Prompts #706 & #707

October has come! It's time to enjoy some flash fiction this first Freaky Friday. What's that sound...? Is it... a creepy cackle? A spooky rattle? Maybe you can come up with a spooky twist to prompt #706 because I know that would freak me out and there's all sorts of paranormal premises that you could use! Hmm....     Prompt 706 – Creative Tag – Sleep The patient has been in the hospital for longer than you’ve been alive. They barely look eighteen, and doctors keep running all sorts of tests. You were hired to exercise the patient’s muscles, keep them groomed, and clean. While bathing them today, the patient woke up. What happens?   Prompt 707 – Creative Tag – First Line “But I’m never going to finish on time.”     Remember to post a link in the comments if you've written a flash fiction piece to share with readers!

Cia

Cia

 

Writing Prompts #704 & #705

September has nearly fled, October is fast approaching, and the Extreme Halloween flash fiction stories are due. Did you write a prompt piece for that event? We're going to share it in the newsletter and more, so make sure you get that flash piece posted! If you didn't, maybe you can write something for these prompts, provided by GA's very own prompt guru, Comicfan!  Prompt 704 – Creative Tag – New Home You’ve bought a home that is over a hundred years old, but looks like brand new. You meet the previous owner to take the keys and are informed there is one small detail that must be done daily. They inform you, that no matter what else happens, make sure to leave a fresh bowl of cream on the kitchen counter every night. They stress this must be done for your own sake and leave. What does this mean? Do you follow the directions?   Prompt 705 – Creative Tag – List of words Use the following words in a story – a lab report, a smashed vial, a pink shirt, a wrist watch, and a cell phone.   If you write a flash piece in the last week, make sure you share a link in the comments below!

Cia

Cia

 

Plagarism and Protecting Your Stories

As a few authors might have noted, there was some cause for concern earlier this week in regards to unsolicited commercial interest in some GA authors' stories. We have shut that down, hopefully for good as the so-called author/eBook producer has pulled their content from sale as well, but I will be continuing to monitor content for a while to see if they pop back up again with any stories that have GA content in them stolen from the site. Which is what I'm here to talk about today... We don't just have the mod queue to protect from plagiarism happening when authors post new content on the site. I also help authors whose content has been stolen and posted elsewhere, either for free or for profit. I've issued takedown notices on behalf of the site and, unfortunately, a whopping 5 different times for my own content.    And while sometimes that alert comes from fans who are reading on alternate sites, other times I've been able to find my content stolen, for sale, or just posted on websites that I do not want my name or content to be associated with or 'hosted' on and hadn't given permission to do so. How did I know? I checked, and I continue to check, as often as I can. I'm not talking about Torrent sites, or free downloads, though those are a nightmare, but mostly about sites where authors are either flat out stealing your work as their own or trying to make a fast buck by ripping it off with a cheap cover and gathering royalties.    How to check your stories for plagiarism: 1. Pick a distinctive phrase such as: Nyle looked up nervously as he rode under the portcullis.
2. Search the phrase within quotation marks "Nyle looked up nervously as he rode under the portcullis.".
3. Repeat search with a distinctive phrase without names: "The austere chapel and rigorous training had been a sharp contrast to his youth".   Tips: Search on multiple search engines (Bing, Google, etc...). Search phrases from the first chapter and later chapters. Search distinctive phrases both with and without names in case those have been changed. DO ALL OF THIS OFTEN.  
How do I get the story removed if I find one or more that's been stolen?   How to report plagiarism:   1. Look for a report button or a contact us link.
2. Copy the story link to the stolen story.
3. Share the stolen story title, author name, and links to your original. Haven't posted online? Keep copies of all sent mail to beta readers/fans with advanced reader copies of your work to prove when the content was written and sent. Offer to provide a forwarded copy of said email. If you really want to protect your work, purchase an official copyright, especially if you might publish later. If the site requires it, fill out an official DCMA notice. 
4. Follow up. Most sites will work with you to remove the content. Sometimes you have to take it further to the ISP.

If you suspect a story or other content on site has been stolen, please report it! This not only protects the site, but protects the authors, and the original artists.   How to issue a DMCA notice:   1. Contact the site owners/ISP with the following information: Your signature, links to your copyrighted work, links to the plagiarized work, your physical and online contact information, a statement in good faith that the plagiarized work is unauthorized, and a statement that your information is accurate under penalty of perjury....   There's a lot more to DMCA notices I don't want to outline here, but there is a great website which explains the process: The DMCA Takedown Notice DeMystified by Ken Liu   Sample notice:  

Cia

Cia

 

Writing Prompts #702 & #703

Flash fiction is a great way to help keep your inspiration juices flowing, especially if you're blocked on a long writing piece. Or you can use it to explore different writing techniques. Either way, just make sure you give it a try and pressure your author friends to try it too. In this case, peer pressure is a good thing, lol! Seriously, expand your repertoire and try your hand at something new if you haven't done it before. Or have some fun if you have but aren't really using it to push your skills in new directions. These prompts might be about ordinary things, but let's see what you can do with....   Prompt 702 – Creative Tag – List of words Use the following words in a story – text books, new sneakers, a bus, a cup of coffee, and a ripped bag.   Prompt 703 – Creative Tag – First Line “Is that a baby crying?” Did you write a flash fiction story last week? Make sure you share a link below. 

Cia

Cia

 

Writing Prompts #700 & #701

TGIF! Yes, yes, it's Friday! Prompt Day! Thanks to Comicfan, we have many more for you to enjoy. What sort of selections do we have for you this week? Well, it's nothing so interesting as what's for dinner. Oh man, do I hate getting that question at the end of a long day when I have NO idea so sometimes my answers can be a tad... interesting, lol. Did you write a flash piece with some interesting answers as well?  Prompt 700 – Creative Tag – School You’ve just taken a class at the local university as a way to better yourself and get ahead in  your career. However, when the professor walks in you realize you might have taken the wrong class. Who is the professor and what are they teaching?   Prompt 701 – Creative Tag – Curse Before you born, your mother pissed off the local witch. The witch went beyond a normal spell and a curse was laid upon her unborn child, which is you. The curse keeps you silent, ugly, obedient, and can only be broken if the meanest person in the town kisses you, and begs you to speak. If it happens you will regain your speech, the looks you should have had, and be free to make up your own mind and follow others demands.   Did you flash for us? *gasp* Post it below! 

Cia

Cia

 

Writing Prompts #698 & #699

Well, I don't want to promise any heat this week (those weirdos in Canada already getting hail and snow, what's up with that?) but maybe down in the southern hemisphere, they're enjoying the weather shift as we begin September. Perfect weather to sit on a bench and ask a ton of questions, like in last week's prompt. Did you try it? Or did your ex crash your big engagement... from beyond the grave? *shivers* That's an October-worthy prompt right there! Make sure you share your prompts below if you wrote last week, or maybe this week's selections will inspire you!    Prompt 698 – Creative Tag – Witch Today you woke up in house you didn’t know. When you went outside you met a bunch of little people, a talking scarecrow, and a walking robot who keeps saying he is the army of this nation. The big issue is your house seems to have killed someone and they want you to put on some large silver sneakers that look like they weigh a hundred pounds each. Not only that, but they keep calling for some woman, and telling you that you’re a with like the little girl who came last time. Are you mad or caught up in something?   Prompt 699 – Creative Tag – First Line Mom, what’s for dinner?   Did you write a prompt response last week? Make sure you post it as part of a collection if it's under 1,000 words in length! 

Cia

Cia

 

Writing Prompts #696 & #697

That's it. August is done. Finito. Wait... the season change doesn't come for 3 more weeks? There's still more warmth or the heat from H-E-double hockey sticks (depending on your locale) or smoke (I'm out west, it's awful!) to go? Well how about we stay indoors and read and write flash fiction? Yes, that's just the ticket!  Don't forget that stories under 1,000 words must be posted as part of a collection.   Prompt 696 – Creative Tag  - The bench A bench appeared in the middle of town out of nowhere. Ever since the first person sat down on it, there has been a line of people waiting their turn. Whoever sits spends an hour with one person, alive or dead and answers their questions honestly except, if they are dead, what happened after they died. Your turn is next. Who do you sit with?   Prompt 697 – Creative Tag – The Ex The table was set, the place was ready, and you were excited. Tonight you were going to announce your engagement to family and friends. You were just starting to pass your sister some more snacks for the kid’s table when the doorbell rang. Your mother ran to open it for you and screamed. You found her passed out in the entryway with someone kneeling over her. As you looked into the doorway you understood why. Your ex was the one holding your mother’s hand, and he was dressed in a tux. Only the big problem is he died in a car crash ten years ago. What is happening?   Did you write a prompt response last week? Don't forget to share it below.

Cia

Cia

 

Another Opportunity for Learning: Plotting!

As with a few weeks ago, this Wednesday we're lacking any submissions for the author self-promotions and self-improvement blogs (shown below) so I thought we'd focus on some information and questions shared on GA by members and authors and maybe some other help I could provide when it comes to another vital aspect to writing to build on last week's post. The earlier exploring characterization explored past blogs that had different angles for writing characters as well as two file downloads I've used over the years to create characters. This week, let's take a look at what most people is the other essential aspect crafting a story (for some authors, it's primary aspect, but I'll let you decide that for yourself!)   First, the author improvement features, so you can sign up if you're interested. Don't miss out on these, guys! Story Critique: Open to all GA authors. Sign up here. Ask An Author: Send your questions for your favorite authors to Carlos Hazday (no questions = no Ask An Author) Story Recommendations:  Open to all GA authors & readers. PM your recommendation and why you recommend it to a Site Admin.       Of course, you can find information on writing books as far as length (a vital part of plotting) and so much more in a lot of other places, such as:   Writer's Circle Club Book Lengths - Writer's Circle Club To Structure or Not to Structure Your Stories - Writer's Circle Club Ideal Chapter Length - Writer's Circle Club  The 8 Point Story Arc or What My Story Was Missing - Writer's Circle Club   Writer's Resources Forum Ten Ways to Hook Your Reader   Places to Plot - Websites/Programs Do you mind map or use notecards? You can sign up for free accounts with Onedrive and GSuite to access Powerpoint or Slides. Or you can use Trello after you check out this YouTube tutorial.    X-Mind a visual mind-mapping resource for free   Scrivener: very popular and well-known, but this is something that authors have to pay for   Resources for Authors - Direct Downloads Elements of Literature - This is actually a PDF guide for analyzing literature for readers, but I find it's a primer for what authors should show readers as well. Source: TeachersPayTeachers Download: ElementsofLiteraturePowerPoint.pdf   Story Idea Map - Basic Idea with character addition PDF Download: 30Days-Story-Idea-Map.pdf   Three-Part Plotting Worksheet - Word file with 3 Act plotting outline with conflict prompts Download:  Plotting-Worksheet-by-Annie-Neugebauer.doc  More in-depth guide: Plotting-Worksheet-with-Prompts-by-Annie-Neugebauer.doc  

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