The Official Writing Challenge
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You did an amazing job of creating a sense of place, both in the story and in the head of this persecuted man. This is truly excellent.
Oh, I don't want to be in a place like the minister was in. There's a real sense of foreboding in the writing, and right away the reader senses bad times are ahead. The scenes you described are vivid and scary.
Well written and very possibly future-telling, according to Scriptures. Kept me reading - good characterization.
Chillingly written. I felt very impressed by the pastor, however, in never denying God. Remarkable.
Good, vivid writing. Frighteningly real in spots.
good work! your write up is precise and intresting.
Beautiful, and excellent use of the presnet tense to capture the immediacy of the moment.
Great writing with a tough subject that's even hard for a Christian to think about. What a day that will be! Good title for your story too.
This is a powerful piece. I could feel your MC's agony. Very well done.
Oh no you don't George! Billy and his Chilli have got you hands down! Ohhhhhhh, you would pick THIS week to enter something like this! Arrrrggghh!

Such an excellent job! I got chill bumps! Unless those darn fleas from Joanne's entry last week are back. :)
This is a great story. I love the use of imagination in depicting an inevitable reality.
I was rivetted, George. Excellent job. You put us in his place--truly an awful to be. Wow. (Congratulations, by the way!!) :-)
Wow, wow, wow! Congratulations on placing. This is great and a well deserved win! Bravo.
Great writing, mood, atmosphere, message. Congratulations on a well-deserved win!
CONGRATS! WOW! This is master writing at its finest!
Congratulations on your EC. This is really good writing. Your descriptive phrasing makes it easy to be in the story. Great job.
Wow George. Such an intense story, and so perfectly described. I could picture the scenes so well. Great job!