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    practical experience, FTW Debeucci's Avatar
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    Not really an accomplishment, BUT....

    I'm doing a excessive adverb edit for my MS, and I've fallen in love with my book and characters again.

    /pat self on back.

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    They've been very bad, Mr Flibble Mr Flibble's Avatar
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    Oh, that's an accomplishment, At that point I generally want to stab my MS, so you're ahead of me!

    /Pat's Debeucci's back too




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    Whatever I did, I didn't do it. Phaeal's Avatar
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    I hate those damned excessive (drunken, drug-abusing, promiscuous) adverbs! Git 'em.
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    Yay for manuscript love!!!

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    Manuscripts are pushovers for their authors' devotion!

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