The Official Writing Challenge
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04/23/09
Glad this story turned out well. Hope it will encourage those who need to read it.
04/26/09
This is a realistic story for so many mothers, unfortunatly. You handled the topic well. Great job!
04/27/09
Wow. The details of this story really bring it home. Great job!
04/27/09
Very well written and I am so glad there was a happy ending. Well done!
04/27/09
I'm thinking you won't be i beginners for long. Very well written.
04/28/09
Very moving story, with hope and recovery....Interesting the end is at the beginning, possible end of a family and life...then the beginning is at the end; because she and her family get a fresh start!
Pam Ford Davis
04/28/09
Very well written!
04/28/09
Your writing style is very convincing... and convicting. You bring the MC to life.
04/28/09
I'm so glad this ended hopefully, with Kim on the road to recovery. Good job!
04/28/09
Powerfully and convincingly written. Good use of dialogue and atmospheric writing to set the scene and describe the emotions of the characters. I liked, too the way you ended this piece, one that we can not do it by ourselves and secondly there are loved ones waiting, giving and inspiring hope. Well done.
04/29/09
Very well-written story! Your showed the power of God's awesome grace.
04/29/09
You have a wonderful talent, lady! :) I agree, you will move up the ranks quickly. The MC's voice was so haunting and sad. Even though she was in dire straights, as a reader, I found myself rooting for her. This was a powerful message of a loving Lord and loving family. Unconditional love is a fantastic gift!
04/29/09
This was perfectly intense and quite realistic. You have some punctuation issues around your dialogue, but that's an easy fix.
You did a wonderful job portraying the MC's addiction...fantastic story. I agree with the others that you won't be in beginners long!