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The life story of Alex and Max By:
life is full of bad luck for eight yr old alex and eighteen yr old max read and find out as max and alex goes on the journey of a life time!!

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I agree with the other comments. As one saying goes, “practice makes it perfect”. Even we as adults need to practice our skills, but you have started at an early age and practicing your craft in writing will lead you to your dreams. Great start!

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I also agree with them, you are very talented stick with it, you already have a writing voice at such a young age, keep me posted when you write more please I would love to read it :)

Your friend Faith

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Thank you so much for reading the beginning of my new book Runners. I am looking forward to writing the rest of it!! I will tell you when a new chapter is finished.

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I just wanted to chime in as well. What Gooduklady has said is spot-on. To answer the question you asked on the message board - YES, you are a talented writer. You have the spark to write some fantastic stories.

However, just like learning to play piano, or basketball, or learning to be a painter, writing takes a lot of practice and dedication. If you are willing to practice and read good books (and try to learn what the... Show more

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to what gooduklady said. I realize that in today's world of texting, one minimizes words which is a true disservice to learning to spell and to punctuate. Having said that, you still have a good premise and look forward to reading your complete story when done...Paula

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You have the basis for a very good story and I want to urge you to continue writing. It is very admirable for a thirteen year old to want to write - so go for it!! As far as punctuation is concerned, try this: Go to the beginning of your story, and read it aloud. You will be able to tell when to put a comma in a sentence, or a period. Don't let your sentences run on and on. Also be sure to capitalize the beginning of... Show more

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