Be a Better Writer--CHOOSING A POV CHARACTER

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Re: Be a Better Writer--CHOOSING A POV CHARACTER

Post by glorybee » Mon Mar 02, 2015 10:50 pm

Judi, your story had a creative POV, and I'm sorry that your commenter suggested that you may have plagiarized, based on absolutely nothing other than a "feeling" that she might have read something similar. In my opinion, she should not have said that--she could have read a children's story about Moses 3 decades ago and remembered the Egyptian princess (or something similar), but that's hardly a basis for mentioning the possibility of plagiarism.

You did a fine job on the story, and I thank you for your kind words.
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Re: Be a Better Writer--CHOOSING A POV CHARACTER

Post by judi » Mon Mar 02, 2015 10:56 pm

:thankssign Thank you for clarifying the possibility of plagiarism - that did haunt me. Loving and appreciating you . . . :superhappy
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