The Official Writing Challenge
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08/25/17
Isn't that the truth. I love fairytale stories even when they don't turn out the way we like. Very entertaining.
08/25/17
The story had an important lesson. I would leave out the first paragraph; it did little to advance the story (at least for me).
08/26/17
A good story, well told, and I loved the ending, poor girl! But was she princess Victoria or princess Vanessa?
Blessings.
08/26/17
A good story, well told, and I loved the ending, poor girl! But was she princess Victoria or princess Vanessa?
Blessings.
08/26/17
A good story, well told, and I loved the ending, poor girl! But was she princess Victoria or princess Vanessa?
Blessings.
08/27/17
I enjoyed this very much!
Loved it,
Blessings~
I liked how you took a common childhood tail and twisted it. The story was full of emotions - from the pain of death to the expected joy of having a grandchild. (As well as the smile of each reader.)

So keep doing what you know how to do the best you can because of the gift given to you.

Oh, did you see my twist in this tale.
I liked how you took a common childhood tail and twisted it. The story was full of emotions - from the pain of death to the expected joy of having a grandchild. (As well as the smile of each reader.)

So keep doing what you know how to do the best you can because of the gift given to you.

Oh, did you see my twist in this tale.
I liked how you took a common childhood tail and twisted it. The story was full of emotions - from the pain of death to the expected joy of having a grandchild. (As well as the smile of each reader.)

So keep doing what you know how to do the best you can because of the gift given to you.

Oh, did you see my twist in this tale.
I liked how you took a common childhood tail and twisted it. The story was full of emotions - from the pain of death to the expected joy of having a grandchild. (As well as the smile of each reader.)

So keep doing what you know how to do the best you can because of the gift given to you.

Oh, did you see my twist in this tale.
I liked how you took a common childhood tail and twisted it. The story was full of emotions - from the pain of death to the expected joy of having a grandchild. (As well as the smile of each reader.)

So keep doing what you know how to do the best you can because of the gift given to you.

Oh, did you see my twist in this tale.