The Official Writing Challenge
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An important lesson. Good writing too.
A good story - and well developed characters. Having read a good deal of Heinlein and Bradbury and others and also having been the tauntee many times, I could really relate :)
Excellent, magazine worthy, great story lesson for young people.
Nice Job.
Wow. I read this at work and had to stifle my sobs. Such a wonder ful tale and you told it so well. God bless you and please keep writing!
Good job. Thanks. Present this to a youth group - maybe questions and reactions aferward.
Good character development. Enjoyed the wonderful conclusion! Seemed tight - perhaps better spacing would help. I could sense God strengthening Billy to succeed in this situation - glory and honor to Him!
Congratulations. Very good, be sure to share this with youth group leaders. Thanks for sharing.
I liked this a lot, it brought a tear to my eye. Excellent lessons, and an unbeatable title! Well done!
Wonderfully written. Very thoughtful message. Just one sentence i've noticed: "I don’t what would’ve happened to me." The word "know" is missing. Other than that, this article encourages me.
Well, The article was 751 words so I had to leave one out;D (just kidding) Isn't it odd how you can re-read & re-re-read an an article and never notice a word missing. It was in my head, though.
Thanks for all the positive feedback.