The Official Writing Challenge
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02/07/11
Certainly a story of true regret - I think there are lots of such regrets in prisons. This is surely a piece that gets you thinking. Thanks!
This is A great story. The MC teaches a valuable lesson. It's often easy to picture how a mistake can change Our lives, but we often forget the impact one choice can have on so many others. Decisions are like pebbles dropped in a pond. They ripple outward and impact the entire community. Great story with a powerful message.
This is A great story. The MC teaches a valuable lesson. It's often easy to picture how a mistake can change Our lives, but we often forget the impact one choice can have on so many others. Decisions are like pebbles dropped in a pond. They ripple outward and impact the entire community. Great story with a powerful message.
02/08/11
wonderful! atmospheric and gradually unfolding with great description and emotion.I did not quite understand the title
02/08/11
It was touching to see that the character in the story had some feelings of remorse. I've heard some people use drinking as an excuse for their bad behavior.

I am glad that God is always ready to forgive, when we confess our shortcomings to him.
02/09/11
I really like how you pointed out the arm of God can reach anyone. He can pull us out of any and all brokeness. There are so many who think their just too bad. That is the deciever's words, not God's. Thank you for writing this.
Congratulations for placing 12th in level one!