The Official Writing Challenge
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This was wonderfully done. Very descriptive, great dialog, and a beautiful finish. Congratulations.
Firstly, the title captured my attention immediately!

Then, the story itself was beautiful. It can be so hard pleasing family, (I'm so thankful I have pleasant in-laws who are very gracious with my cooking!). I loved the old style way of speaking, too. Well done.
I loved this, from the tenderness shown by Cam, contrasted with the long-held grudge held by his mother. The blowout moment and result was genius! Heart-warming and exquisite!
This was an enjoyable read. The characters a delight and your did wonders with the dialog.
Love the Irish accents! They came through beautifully. I enjoyed this sweet and creative story with its romantic hues. It must have taken a ton of research! Perfect blowout moment.
Excellent writing. A plate of haggis is not overwhelmingly popular today and I suspect, not much has changed. I saw it on the menu in a Scottish restaurant and the waitress almost died laughing when I asked about it. I passed it up.
Annnnnd the award goes to ...

the ever-perfect-entry-writer, Ann Grover!!!

*Thundrous Applause* :D
Congrats, Ann! I love this!
I loved this story. Both of my dad's parents came from Scotland and spoke with the brogue. Your descriptions and characters are wonderfully depicted.

You are a wonderful storyteller. Are you working on a novel? I think you would do very well in the Christian market.