The Official Writing Challenge
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Such a precious entry! Good skills and dialogue. Sucked me right in!
The big question:what will eternity make of us?Loved this piece.Thanks for sharing.
Interesting look at being saved. Good story and dialogue.
Interesting dialogue and development of character. Now Arthur is saved for eternity.
Unique, fascinating and fun. I was riveted from line one. I got a little confused in the middle though. Did you change preacher's names mid-way? I love the change in Arthur and him being able to write when he couldn't before. So well done. Great dialect.
Great character development and dialogue. Kept me on my toes! A fun read.
Eternity ... as I travel around Sydney, I still see 'Eternity' in Arthur's copperplate handwriting now permanently up on walls. And have occasion to walk past St Barnabas from time to time (although not Burton Street Baptist). It won't be the same again after having read your piece - thanks for enriching my love of a city I already really enjoy!
This was great. I'd not heard of 'Mr Eternity' before but I'll be finding out more now. Thanks for sharing.
very nice! Interesting story. :-)
Great story and super job on the dialect. Very believable.
Val, the Aussie's were out in force this week. You may not have actually placed, but you were in the semi-finals this week and placed 11th overall. That's really excellent when you consider that there were around 150 entries - our largest field ever. You rated very well - so give yourself a pat on the back! Love, Deb (Challenge Coordinator)