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Fanfic - "We Need A Little Christmas"

Beth C

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Thank you both. :smile: I haven't written in years. But something inside me is being nagged about this unfinished story.
 

Beth C

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I copied this story into Microsoft Word yesterday. Going to try to work on it again. I sorta feel like Kermit in the new Muppet Movie... Can I still write like I did then? Can I do it all again? Or is it just words in my head?
 

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Whoa, hold it--Beth C?!? What? Now I KNOW I'm dreaming. It's great to see you! Welcome back!

I'm glad to see you're getting back to writing, too, or at least trying to. Don't worry about trying to "write like you did then"; write like you do now, and it will be wonderful. That's my entirely unsolicited advice.
 
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