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    Just keep writing and you'll develop your own voice. It takes a while, you're mastering literature, after all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pete_C View Post
    Just looking at that first sentence...

    She was gone; there was nothing left of me either.

    The 'although' isn't needed; it's redundant. Unless a word is necessary or adds something, question why it's there.
    Man I feel like that went straight to the point, question why its there is a good tool to gain. Rereading it now she was gone and nothing left of me either is kind of a loose similar sounding phrase. Gone and left of me. Thanks for the response Pete!

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