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Posted: March 8th, 2010, 9:50pm Report to Moderator

So, what are you writing?

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Resolutions by Reese C. Johnson - Comedy - Everyone makes New Years Resolutions, but few can hold on to them.  As Nick recaps a New Years he can't forget, Erik examines how they all they all got there in the first place. 114 pages - pdf, format

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Posted: March 11th, 2010, 1:09pm Report to Moderator

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There's some funny dialogue but the characters seem indistinct, to me.

So many things make this script difficult to follow that it seems likely that the reader is not expected to make sense of it, just to go along for the ride.   It's a bumpy ride and although a few story lines begin that might be interesting, they don't seem to go anywhere.  Even vague characters deserve better than that.

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couldnt finish it. had a heard time connecting to characters. a few spelling mistakes and formatting issues.could be an interesting story behind
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I read thiry or so pages, I just had to much trouble folowing this. The flashbacks were done in a way that made this too confusing for me. There was also a problem with you action. It seemed like you were telling us and not showing us at diffrent points. Also need to be more discriptive in your characers (20) something is not enough to set them apart from one another.    
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