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Online ScarletBea

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Re: Pitch problems SOLVED
« Reply #15 on: April 06, 2018, 02:24:25 PM »
Nice work, haha. I wasn't sure if anyone would catch it.


Now I want to know what prize I won.


Of course! You win an unflinching autobiographical novel about a morally compromised widow's failure to transcend feminism.
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This is like when I was 13-14 and invented a code with my best friend, and we spent ages writing coded messages to each other.

You are all an edge-of-your-seat instant classic about a depressed octagenarian's failure to transcend feminism and I want a dream-like coming of age story about an agoraphobic daughter's vacation to explore her fear of spiders M
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Re: Pitch problems SOLVED
« Reply #16 on: April 06, 2018, 05:59:23 PM »
Nice work, haha. I wasn't sure if anyone would catch it.


Now I want to know what prize I won.


Of course! You win an unflinching autobiographical novel about a morally compromised widow's failure to transcend feminism.

Figures. It decodes to: Nothing


Offline Justan Henner

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Re: Pitch problems SOLVED
« Reply #17 on: April 08, 2018, 10:50:07 PM »
Nice work, haha. I wasn't sure if anyone would catch it.


Now I want to know what prize I won.


Of course! You win an unflinching autobiographical novel about a morally compromised widow's failure to transcend feminism.

Figures. It decodes to: Nothing

 :'(

And here I wanted to give you a neat gift. Nobody takes my WIP seriously.