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Re: The basic rules

Postby bricksetter » Thu Nov 21, 2013 10:28 pm

Kev an interesting way for you to try and put it in to words,

try this, A4 paper, write at one end how you want it to finish, and at the other end, write, how you want it to start, then try and write your way in between to get your opinion out on to paper, then you can see how you are going from one point to the other, try it mate. :D :)
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Re: The basic rules

Postby waller 69 » Fri Nov 22, 2013 5:01 pm

Thanks John I will, you have just reminded me of creative writing in English "O level" at school :D :D
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Re: The basic rules

Postby bricksetter » Fri Nov 22, 2013 9:16 pm

waller 69 wrote:Thanks John I will, you have just reminded me of creative writing in English "O level" at school :D :D


haha, nothing like a bit of nostalgia!!. :D :D :D
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