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Cool. I didn't know we could link to these.

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Ranked # 55   Public Reviewer  for the month of  January 2021 . For more details, please see  [Link To Item #614925] .
Congrats and well-done, guys! Every month the top 100 reviewers get one.
I got one. Don't know what you mean about linking it.
Sorry. I meant displaying, like I did above. I didn't know we could display badges.
I have finished a review of Scene: The end of the Gala by BariRandom from The Shameless "Plug" Page.

This is what, in my opinion, a bestseller looks like at birth.

"reviewing Scene: The end of the Gala by BariRandom (4.5)

 
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Scene: The end of the Gala  (E)
A scene of a woman at a gala with an evil man
#2245186 by BariRandom


John, thank you so much for this plug! I have chills now! Thank you so much for reading and reviewing my work. It means the world to me.
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I have finished a review of The Serpent and the Mountain by The White Lotus on request.

The Serpent and the Mountain is a parable in the tradition of Aesop's Fables. It tells a tale of a snake and a journey. The journey kept my interest, and the end closed out the story nicely.

"review The Serpent and the Mountain by The White Lotus (4)

 The Serpent and the Mountain  (E)
A story about life and death.
#2245153 by The White Lotus
I have just finished a review of a very excellent article, written 5 years ago, that has great meaning still today.

It shouldn't. If all was right with the world, this wouldn't be an issue.

"review My fellow white Americans, Ben Langhinrichs - 5 stars

Thank you for letting us know about this essay.
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You are welcome to join the rabbit hole for a cup of tea whenever you wish.*Smile* *TeaGr*

I have reviewed the following, and highly recommend them:


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Alisha P.

BOOK
A Trip to Wonderland  (E)
All my adventures down the rabbit hole...
#2242469 by Alisha P.


Seven Ink

 Hey Dad  (ASR)
A poem for/about my dad
#2244494 by Seven Ink


 Break a Leg  (13+)
A poem about theater that I was going to use for a contest but forgot about
#2244484 by Seven Ink


 7-11  (18+)
A very vent-y poem about frustrations when I used to work at a 7-11
#2244493 by Seven Ink


LJ

I've added a new entry to my Short Story book, "1K Shorts:
         "Clutch-mates
I've just added another Little Favorite
 
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Little Favorites  (E)
A place to find works that I have awarded a "Little Favorite" Ribbon


Don't you hate it when a story veers to the right (or left, in Britain) and takes the next off-ramp? And then finds the perfect wooded forest for an adventure?

Crap.

Now I have to rewrite those scenes ...

The bad thing about it — those scenes define the mechanics of the Inciting Incident.

But it is a lovely forest ...
hmmm ... wait. This could provide the antagonist better motivation to seal the protagonist's fate, other than just being, er, well, can't use that word, I already set the Content Rating to 13+...

going back in ...

Don't you just hate it, when that happens?
Easy Points!

More fun and games from Richard Is Very Thankful!

"Note: As you may or may not know, I am a Music Teache..."

I missed that post! Thanks for sharing it!
You are welcome! Naturally, I reposted it strictly for altruistic reasons.

All 500 of them. *Rolling*
Just put up a post for February's Dialogue 500 contest. Hope you enjoy it!

"Dialogue 500: February 2021

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The Dialogue 500  (18+)
Dialogues of 500 words or less.
#941862 by W.D.Wilcox