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CassieQ

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CassieQ last won the day on March 10 2014

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About CassieQ

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    Cassie Queen

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  • Age in Years
    40
  • Gender
    Female
  • Sexuality
    Bisexual, leaning female
  • Favorite Genres
    Drama
    Fantasy
    Mystery
    Paranormal
    Romance
    Thriller/Suspense
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    USA
  • Interests
    Writing, reading, psychology, hiking, rock climbing, Star Wars

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  1. Thank you for commenting, and I'm glad you enjoyed the story. While I understand that every reader interprets a story differently, I did make every effort to be clear that it was the deceit behind the adoption that Mikeal had the biggest issue with, not the adoption itself. Marigold and Jamison did hide his adoption from Mikeal. They had ample opportunities and resources to create a safe, loving space in which to share this news with their son and chose not to. Instead, it was thrown in his face by a jealous sister. Mikeal had to process his feelings and thoughts with Adam,
  2. I'm also a fellow pantser that is trying to be a little bit more structured to keep me from wandering off into the weeds so often.
  3. EXERCISE 1: DEFINE YOUR PREMISE An abused, jaded teenager gets transported to another world, where he is adopted by a new family and discovers that some things…and some people…are worth fighting for.
  4. I called my boss this when talking to a patient this morning.
  5. First exercise and I'm already having trouble. Especially this line: Ask yourself if this premise line has the makings of a story that could change your life. What if I'm writing it because I thought it sounded like fun? I'm not looking to change the world.
  6. I can't remember the last time I was this excited to write a scene and equally terrified of messing it up.  

    I don't think I like it.  

    1. Valkyrie
    2. Page Scrawler

      Page Scrawler

      Go for it, Cassie!  :hug:

    3. ancientrichard

      ancientrichard

      I look forward to reading it !

      :2thumbs:

  7. This is interesting. Still thinking it over.
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    1. Zombie

      Zombie

       

      “I wish I could fly” :lmao:  :lol:  :gikkle:  :funny::funny::funny:

       

  9. Does anyone else have trouble reading their own handwriting, or is this a personal problem?  

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    2. wildone

      wildone

      Cursive, hell ya!!

      My printing, people always said I print neat like a girl :( 

      Damn stereotypes.

    3. drpaladin

      drpaladin

      When I was in college I used my own form of shorthand to take notes. Those would need a team of scientists to decipher.

    4. ancientrichard

      ancientrichard

      My handwriting used to be so bad that, in my second year of University I taught myself italic script, using a Teach Yourself  book. I have difficulty deciphering my pre-italic writing.

  10. I had to chastise a patient for climbing onto a chair to clean windows. It reminded me of a certain someone.
  11. Hey, that's me! (I have no clue how to say that though)
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