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Previous Challenge Entry (Level 1 – Beginner)
Topic: The Reader (04/15/10)

TITLE: He Reading Again!
By Asher Levans
04/21/10


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The reader what is he desiring to know? He almost never comments on board subjects staying focused and open to various views in the interest of learning. He never chooses a side until he gets to the conclusion while He remains in deep thought. Focused and not willing to be at a lost for self improving details gained through the knowledge of his readings. You can find him reciting what he reads under his breath as he lifts the words off the pages in to crisp imagery. People know him as the strong silent type and many call him a person of large literal capacity. Because he will more than always refer back to literature to prove his point if need be. The reader is a good resource for many of his peers because some of them fear to venture the pages of words not seen visually. He makes sure he routinely sets his time aside daily to divulge in one of the world’s wealthiest vices. He understands the richness in knowledge from what you read is a stable resource for years to come.


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Joanne Sher 04/24/10
Had a bit of trouble following this, but you certainly have some good imagery in here. Thanks so much for sharing!
Charlotte Maccallum04/25/10
An interesting piece, however I didn't think the word flowed as well as they could have.
Misti Chancellor04/26/10
Had some good thoughts in this. I think readability would be helped through a little more attention to punctuation and fleshing out the thoughts. Expand a little on some of the thoughts you have here. You have a lot more words you can use. Thanks for sharing this with us.