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Written in a record 1-hour and 10-minutes, with 12-minutes left to deadline... I was NOT going to let the idiots who claim to be my family keep me out of this. Certainly not my best writing, and it could have definitely used beta readers and a good proofreading. Nonetheless, here it is. Now, back to other problems...

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Romantic Comedy / Chain of Command / An Activist

YES, VIRGINIA, THERE REALLY ARE UNICORNS

An activist trying to save Asian Unicorns from extinction
is derailed by a handsome businessman. Sparks fly between
them when she discovers just what business he's really in.

I not sure I'll post it to the forums. I'll cross that bridge when the email comes in a few days. Cheers everyone!
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Originally posted by Suave Suave wrote:

Originally posted by Vernacula Vernacula wrote:

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HistFic
Teacher
Enemy Territory


A STIRRING HISTORY
Before Ian Fleming introduced us to Bond, James Bond, he taught Naval Intelligence
how to win a war.




Looking forward to reading this!


Thanks, Suave! Got it in just in the nick of time. ;-)
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Originally posted by NilesPerry NilesPerry wrote:

Written in a record 1-hour and 10-minutes, with 12-minutes left to deadline... I was NOT going to let the idiots who claim to be my family keep me out of this. Certainly not my best writing, and it could have definitely used beta readers and a good proofreading. Nonetheless, here it is. Now, back to other problems...

GROUP 56
Romantic Comedy / Chain of Command / An Activist

YES, VIRGINIA, THERE REALLY ARE UNICORNS

An activist trying to save Asian Unicorns from extinction
is derailed by a handsome businessman. Sparks fly between
them when she discovers just what business he's really in.

I not sure I'll post it to the forums. I'll cross that bridge when the email comes in a few days. Cheers everyone!
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Aw, yeah!!! I hope you post it!
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R1 G42 | Ghost | Maternal | A Mortician

NO SPARROW FALLS UNSEEN

Can a burned-out mortician learn that death
is not just the closing of a casket but also the opening of a door?

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Originally posted by Suave Suave wrote:

Originally posted by jdadams1 jdadams1 wrote:

Group: 43 / Genre: Romantic comedy / Subject: Opposites attract / Character: A pilot

Alejandro Cruz & His Planetary Pirates, Episode IX: 
Cruising the Galaxy for Love

A rugged space pirate with commitment issues reconnects with an old flame during a top-secret piloting job. Will their stars align, or are they out of each others' orbits?





This sounds great, can't wait to read it!

Thank you! It was a labor of love, but I tried to have fun with it. 
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G6:Spy/A double date/An ex-wife

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When Fake Melania is poisoned—again!—a retired spy is drawn into a mission to replace her.


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Originally posted by fioOxf fioOxf wrote:

When you accept a challenge from a formidable rival in an attempt to save your loved ones, the last thing you need is a swarm of ghosts up your nose. But this mother and grandmother has until the next full moon to fulfil her task, and nothing's going to stop her.
Should "has" be "have? And doesn't "fulfill" have two Ls? You say "mother and grandmother," so who exactly is "her?" Sorry. I'm being really nit-picky. These just stood out as I was scrolling past. Disregard the tired guy who's being a jerk.
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Originally posted by NilesPerry NilesPerry wrote:

Written in a record 1-hour and 10-minutes, with 12-minutes left to deadline... I was NOT going to let the idiots who claim to be my family keep me out of this. Certainly not my best writing, and it could have definitely used beta readers and a good proofreading. Nonetheless, here it is. Now, back to other problems...

GROUP 56
Romantic Comedy / Chain of Command / An Activist

YES, VIRGINIA, THERE REALLY ARE UNICORNS

An activist trying to save Asian Unicorns from extinction
is derailed by a handsome businessman. Sparks fly between
them when she discovers just what business he's really in.

I not sure I'll post it to the forums. I'll cross that bridge when the email comes in a few days. Cheers everyone!
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Yay!! Glad you got something in. I had to skip betas this round too, and I know my script suffered because of it. Oh well, though, something is better than nothing.
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Originally posted by NilesPerry NilesPerry wrote:

Originally posted by fioOxf fioOxf wrote:

When you accept a challenge from a formidable rival in an attempt to save your loved ones, the last thing you need is a swarm of ghosts up your nose. But this mother and grandmother has until the next full moon to fulfil her task, and nothing's going to stop her.
Should "has" be "have? And doesn't "fulfill" have two Ls? You say "mother and grandmother," so who exactly is "her?" Sorry. I'm being really nit-picky. These just stood out as I was scrolling past. Disregard the tired guy who's being a jerk.
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Hi there! No, she's one person who's a mum and a gran, ie she has a son and a grandson. And fulfil and fulfill are both correct, but one L is more common in UK English. My spellcheck is UK so squiggly-underlines it if I use 2 Ls. 
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Now that it's over, that's when I start to freak out! Anyway, here's my thing:
Heat 44 (Mystery/ insatiable/ a garbage man)

"Yarrow Street"

"When neighborhood dogs start disappearing and a young black man is the main suspect, a single mother will have to aid him in clearing his name."




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