It turned out to be three pages typed..From the few people that have read it, they've said good things about it. I also got a "What is your problem? Why would you write something like that?" from someone at school who definitely does not have the capacity to write a good crime fiction. It's called Leah's Doll. (Hopefully the format didn't get too messed up!)
“No, no! Stop!“ Leah cried. The woman did not say anything. Right there in the middle of the crowd, this woman just… Continue
Posted on November 22, 2008 at 10:12pm
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