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E.B. Raulands

Yeah, I don’t use texting abbreviations either; I also usually write in full sentences when I text. I know I’m not “supposed” to do that, but what can I say? =D Do you ever write emoji texts?
The Empire Strikes Back used to be my favorite, but now I think I like A New Hope the best. Which film is your favorite?


I’ve discovered that one of the things I’m very good at as a writer is frustrating my mother with half-written stories. And yes, excitement does seem to fizzle very quickly (usually right after one thinks something like, “Oh, this is such a great idea! I’m definitely going to finish this story this time!”). =D
It can be very frustrating.
I’ve never heard of Wattpad before, but it does sound like a great source of motivation! Will Wattpad allow shorter works to be uploaded, or is it strictly for novel-sized WIPs?
Congratulations on your progress! *Peanut blows confetti out of his trunk* Your cover looks really neat (That word is too archaic, isn’t it?) cool too! What’s your book about?


Oh, I remember The Giving Tree, especially the ending! It was so sweet! =)
Yes, I think I like those poems the best among the ones I’ve read from her. I really like the image she creates with the last four lines of “Bustle in a House” (1087), and “To Make a Prairie” (1755) makes me smile when I read it. What are your favorite poems from her?
Most of my poems could probably be classified as nature poems or as devotional/didactic poems (though both are frequently mingled together.) I’m not sure I have a favorite subject though; while I enjoy writing about nature, I think I enjoy writing evocative images and pleasing cadences more than writing on one subject.  Is it the same for you?

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