The Official Writing Challenge
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This is beautiful. Music elicits so many different emotions from people. It was a wise choice to have it the center of your story.
Bravo! I loved every minute of reading this.
Your story was very touching, and very well written. Good job!
Outstanding. An enjoyable read that held my attention from beginning to end.
A beautiful story. Congratulations on your well deserved first place win!
09/09/10
I just happened to read this because I was familiar with the title. Excellent story. I love the violin, most all strings actually, and really enjoyed your story. Very well orchestrated and the ending choked me up some. Congrats on your recognition. I look forward to reading more of your work. God bless.
09/09/10
Wow, this story is awesome! Congratulations on your awesome talent and your Editor's Choice. Well done!
09/09/10
Ahh, sweet connection. I enjoyed this very much. Congratulations on your EC and I look forward to watching for your name in the future.
09/09/10
Congratulations on your first place in Beginners AND your EC. Beautifully written story. Well done.
This reminded me so much of my first impression of my piano teacher at the age of 8. You wove a beautiful story and I agree the title could not be more perfect for a gifted student driven with passion and fire for something they love. Congratulations on a well-deserved EC win.
Beautiful and very stirring. Let me add my congratulations on both your 1st place in Beginners AND your EC! Keep writing!!
09/10/10
I loved this piece. Very interesting twist at the end. Good job
09/11/10
Angie, I love your story [I hope it's true] regardless, it's wonderul. Congrats on your ribbon and Editor's Choice!
This is a remarkable piece of writing. It is technically impeccable and obviously written from the heart "con fuoco."
The story flows beautifully from beginning to end. I hope there was really a Mr. Walter. If not, you certainly made him seem real to me. I especially loved the ending. What a wonderful legacy to leave to a talented and favored student! I wonder who will receive the violin next.