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    Quote Originally Posted by Forger5992 View Post
    Thank you happy to have joined and excited to see where it leads.
    Quote Originally Posted by druid12000 View Post
    Welcome !

    You have made a wise decision, there is a great deal of knowledge to be had and lots of great folks.

    See you on the boards!
    Thank you so much. And agreed ive never been apart of a community like this it will be so helpful. Now just got to get a feel for things and see what happens. Ive heard so many good things about the people here.

    See you soon.

  2. #12
    Quote Originally Posted by Forger5992 View Post
    Haha nice you are my people haah ya been trying to get better at it though so I not dancing on the edge of idiocracy lol
    One of the best ways of learning, I find, is to listen to audio books. Don't listen to the story, listen to the music in the writing.

    Craft / Draft / Graft And Write To Entertain.

  3. #13
    Quote Originally Posted by Forger5992 View Post
    Hello to all and to all my best greetings. As I'm sure you will become well aware I am a dreamer of eloquence but not grammatically savy at all, to which I take criticism well and very interested in improving. I am a lover of poetry and have spent years playing with verse. I have not subjected my work to a community such as this before and im very excited to see the ways in which my fellow linguists mean to improve me. As I am new here I plan to observe and learn for as long as I can unless approached for comment. But im more than happy to also give my two cents and possibly a nickle if need be.

    Please feel free to deconstruct my lines and verses how ever you choose. I am very interested in feedback but if I may ask dont be only destructive.

    Hope to add to the group and learn so much.

    With great pleasure,

    Sheldon Williamson
    Welcome. Have fun!

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    [QUOTE=TheMightyAz;2330953]One of the best ways of learning, I find, is to listen to audio books. Don't listen to the story, listen to the music in the writing.

    Wow love this writers flow.. Sounds. Beautiful. Thank you so much. I enjoy listening to this and your right this is very helpful in thinking of writing. Please feel free to share any others you might enjoy. Great writer.

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