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Posted: March 30th, 2012, 4:34pm Report to Moderator
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This Guitar Saves Chickens by Tony Campbell - Action, Adventure - A 16 year old boy takes out his teenage frustrations on his guitar which transports him to happier times and places. 120 pages - pdf, format


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Interesting premise.  Original.  Not sure when I'll get to it, but I saved it to my comp.  From what I've read so far, looks like you've got a good grasp on format.  Sorry I couldn't be more help at this time, but have a great day anyway.
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Hi, and thanks for taking an interest. I've been told it's a very easy and enjoyable read. I hope you think so when you get time to read it. Thanks again and have a great weekend.
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Hi Tony, love the title.  I was able to read the first 10-11 pages and so far I'm enjoying the read, even found myself laughing.

I'm know expert, but your sluglines are not correct, as I've been told.
EXT. WOODLAND.DAY  should be  EXT. WOODLAND - DAY  minor in my opinion, but I guess for the professionals it's a sign of your writing skills.

Also Ginge, you forgot to make his proper introduction (GINGE), other than that, I'm liking the story.  Will read some more.  

Dawn


"May the Fleas of a Thousand Camels Infest the Crotch of the Person Who Screws Up Your Day and May Their Arms Be Too Short to Scratch"
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Hi Dawn,

I'm glad you have enjoyed the start of my script and I'm really pleased it made you smile.  I agree it does need a polish and some changes to the formatting.  Thanks very much for taking the time to read and comment.

Tony
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