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Brian  – (19 March 2009 at 12:45)  

Well look at you!! You are building a very impressive site here. I know you are having fun because it can be seen. Very nice.

Rebecca Woodhead  – (19 March 2009 at 16:36)  

I'll pass the graphics comments on to hubby. He's a genius. I just said 'draw me a smily red tour bus' and a couple of hours later, this appeared!

Anyone got any comments on the article BTW? Any of it chime with you? Do you make use of senses a lot when describing things in your creative work or do you do anything to sharpen your own senses up to help you write? Don't be shy :)

Also, don't forget to vote on the big issue of the week:

which do you prefer? Strong hero and submissive heroine; strong heroine and submissive hero or strong hero and strong heroine. Put comments about it here if you like but vote first (on the left under the 'me likey' box)

Rebecca Woodhead  – (19 March 2009 at 16:39)  

that was meant to be smiley by the way :)

Since I'm commenting again, welcome to the blog new followers. Hope you have fun here.

Deb Shucka  – (19 March 2009 at 19:19)  

Very interesting article. I enjoy your style and really appreciated the ideas. Especially the direction to buy chocolate! :)

Rose DesRochers  – (19 March 2009 at 21:28)  

Love the drawing. Your hubby is talented.

Rebecca Woodhead  – (19 March 2009 at 22:47)  

Deb, thanks for coming over. Glad you liked the article. I love your garden :)

Toad  – (20 March 2009 at 02:36)  

Rebecca we need you, please. Send me your email, so I can send an invite.

Ching Ya  – (20 March 2009 at 03:30)  

What a catchy pic you got there! Amazing job by your hubby, and you of course Rebecca. I've just read your article and you're briliant. I love the Chocolate part for the 'taste' the most, because I'm total-choco fan. lol.. Couldn't agree with you more.

Mukund  – (20 March 2009 at 07:25)  

Great article Rebecca... Great tips on making astory interesting... I am new at writing and just started blogging so the article was of great help...
I am follwing you and looking forward to reading more of your posts....

Rebecca Woodhead  – (20 March 2009 at 11:09)  

Thanks Toad, I'll be right there.

Ching Ya, thanks for the feedback. Everyone, Ching Ya is such a supportive person to new bloggers so if you're feeling out of your depth or just starting out - Mukund, this may apply to you - pop over to her blog and have a chat or catch up with her on the BloggerTalk site (link at the bottom of this page on the left.)

I'm passing along all your great feedback to Hubby who's suffering a bit of the 'why me?' redundancy blues at the mo and sends his thanks for the positive messages.

Martha  – (20 March 2009 at 11:51)  

I love the Cotswolds -- perhaps my favorite place in all of England. I'll be here often.

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