The Official Writing Challenge
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Wow! Thought-provoking material from a POV that few of us may ever encounter. I hope it rates well, and draws an active response from a wider readership - as it deserves to be published.
Thank you for sharing your heart with us, and I know you will score high, if not garner a well worth win for this insightful and jarring account of "life" as you know it.
I'm sure it will be published, as well it should, and it will help others going through similar circumstances.

My cousin's child was diagnosed with your condition, and she married and lived a very long life.

God bless you abundantly Zoe~
Wow- what a testimony! Well written.
Wow. This is awesome. It oozed with attitude (the good kind) from the first line to the last. The ways you presented and resolved the conflicts were brilliant. Having been sick for 2/3 of my life, I so understand that pity look. I had three ports over 10 years or so for the toxic antivirals that only help for a bit, but any relief is welcomed. You really spoke to my heart, and I do hope there is a book in your future, but if it's only the preface, which speaks volumes, I hope you'll find a way to get it to as many people as possible. Your take on the topic is fresh and insightful. Your message profound. Brilliant writing.
Congratulations on ranking 3rd overall! Happy Dance! It's nice to see you writing again. The highest rankings can be found on the message boards.
So I hope you're writing the book to go with this preface! I'm so happy for you!
This is such a touching story that also makes a person think. Great to see you back in the challenge this week. And what an awesome comeback. Congratulations!
Great comeback! Congrats!
I'm glad you're back in the challenge--still with amazing writing.
Congratulations on your 3rd place finish, Leah.

My friend died from cystic fibrosis when she was in her late thirties. Like your MC, she was a writer who lived each day to the fullest.
Wonderful, Leah. Great job!
Wonderfully written and thought provoking. Great job, Leah!