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#891309 added September 1, 2016 at 12:08pm
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The Basic Story Lines
I received a critique the other day, which suggested that I may have plagiarized an existing work - a movie. The critiquer was kind enough to include a link to said movie at IMDB. I checked it out, and have not seen that movie nor am I familiar with the production's writers.

I have read that there are no new stories, only new ways of telling them. There are sites on the web that have a list of basic story lines.

I like reviews that tell me how I can improve my writing. That is something that I appreciate a lot.

On to the next story, and any resemblance to persons either living or dead, or to other works by writers or screenwriters is purely accidental!

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