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    SeekJustice
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    @catwing I can imagine it playing out somewhat like the climax of Wall-E where the captain fights his ship’s wheel!

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    Catwing
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    @seekjustice Ah, yes. Wall-E!

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    SeekJustice
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    @emily, it wasn’t until a year or so that I actually began to pursue messages and themes in my writing. But it is important!

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    Emily
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    Yes…I now think that I understand that. @seekjustice

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    Jenni Grace W.
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    @emily Zikers, I am late, late, late. So sorry. XD
    And it seems that @seekjustice and @that_writer_girl_99 have already said everything. XD Oi.

    I will add to what SeekJustice mentioned about pursuing a theme/message that means something to you cuz here’s the thing: if you’re bored/not interested/ not connecting with your story, readers are going to be bored/not interested/and won’t connect with your story.

    Write about stuff that means something to you.
    So my two cents: listen to them. 😛

    *is probably geeking out about something*

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    Emily
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    That makes sense @gracigirl. Thanks for your input.

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    Emily
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    Oops! I just realized I made a typo in your tag @graciegirl

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    CK4always
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    @emily Hmm… I’ve been there before. Very annoying. What I think you should do is keep going, but add a few plot twists. Those are not only fun, but can get pretty cool 🙂

    Just my input on this.

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    Emily
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    Thanks @ck4always! That is a good suggestion.

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    CK4always
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    @emily Anytime 🙂 It’s happened to my before (with a story called Chocolate Milk).

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    Emily
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    @ck4always Chocolate milk??? Sounds interesting. 😛

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    CK4always
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    @emily It’s a detective story 😛 It’s actually pretty cool (at least, I think is, and so do my sibs). If you want, I can tell you about it 🙂

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    Emily
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    @ck4always Sounds neat! I’d love to hear about it. How many siblings do you have?

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    CK4always
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    @emily Awesome! I’ll have to give it to you tomorrow (don’t really have time right now)
    Can’t really answer that, but a few.

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    Jenni Grace W.
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    @emily XD No problem!

    *is probably geeking out about something*

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