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  1. Ruth Ann Nordin
    May 11, 2016 @ 9:24 pm

    I hadn’t thought of tagging more than one person for this thing. 🙂 It’s a good idea.

    I don’t often write stories out of order, but one of my current works in progress refuses to come at me in a linear fashion, so I’m having to do what you did. Then I have to go back and link one scene to another when I finally know to do.

    I love your use of describing the food to convey mood. That’s was really neat. 😀

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  2. Kristy K. James
    May 24, 2016 @ 1:08 pm

    Hmm. I really suck at responding to comments sometimes – except I thought I HAD. And I probably did and just closed the window before I hit comment. :/

    Anyway… It’s always interesting when a story rebels and won’t let you write it in a ‘normal’ way, isn’t it? There have been times when I’ve had to skip scenes, or the occasional chapter, and come back to them later (I’ve always suspected I needed to figure out what happens later in order to know what happened then), but I’ve never written EVERYTHING out of order, lol. Well, except the first chapter. For whatever reason, that kind of wrote itself.

    Thanks on the food.use. Not sure why a memory of heavy, doughy dumplings came to mind when I wrote that but who knows how my mind words. 😀

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