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Its my creative twist of The Phantom of the Opera and Pride and Prejudice. It is only an introduction to my novel, the real suspense has not even begun! It'll seem like a lame british bit to some people at first, but I have an outline of the story and I definitely know that suspense is coming up! Passion, murder, singing, a love triangle, heartbreak, forgiveness, and moral value. Those would be key words to the novel. If you don't like it now, chances are you will still like my novel, I haven't even gotten started REALLY! it takes place in the 1800s. if you don't have time to read it all, or you lose your train of thought easily, please copy and paste and save it onto your computer! please, please, please send me questions and/or comments to [email protected] I need feedback. thanks and enjoy :)
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TITLE KEYWORD
Literary Fiction
AUTHOR
Jenelle Marie Dayton
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
I am fairly young and am an aspiring writer....I think it's all you need to know.
[December 2006]
AUTHOR'S OTHER TITLES (1)
Ghost With The Pink Razor (Poetry) My poem...this is my most personal one. It really deals with the issues of girls today and thier low self confidence levels causing them to do harmful and unhealthy things to themselves. [811 words]
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"Hi - can you let me know when this is set? I'm working my way through it for a review but wanted to know the period. So far (although I am not a fan of period novels) it's written very well and grips you from the start" -- Briony Carvalho.
"Thanks for your review, Briony! I really appreciate it, and thank you for working your way through it, I appreciate your time and effort! For anyone who may begin reading this novel and go, "This is boooring, I'm gonna stop here!" Please hold off doing that because page four is where it gets more interesting....:)" -- Jenelle, sacramento, CA, United States.
"P.S. From Jenelle- The period is 1800s, sorry I didn't see that at first. I'll add that to my intro!" -- Jenelle again.
"Hmmm, you want to go to CB eh??? Well.....That's interesting. I'm sure you'll get in...But you should set your sights higher...Like on SF maybe... They have awesome writing classes. The teachers are AWESOME. So there. My add. Go to SF. Believe me, you'll love it!!!!!" -- Catarina, SAC, CA, USA.
"Caterina, as much as I hate to disagree with you, Saint Francis isn't nearly as good as Christian Brothers. I have been to both open houses and my parents agree, the people are less bubbly, the science labs don't even have computers, and the religion room is eensie weensie teensie. I will set my sights higher.....than Saint Francis, that is. All girl schools are sooo not my thing and Christian Brothers has the best library, and it is way more colorful and lively than Saint Francis. All my friends are going to CB, and I know the vice principal and three of the teachers there very well. It actually is slightly more expensive than Saint Francis. Hm, there MUST be a reason for that! The financial aid doesn't even come into play because you can only apply for ONE Catholic Highschool, and you only can apply for financial aid after you apply. The uniforms at CB are a---dorable and the standards academic wise are also very high. Also, there is a MAN principal at CB which will, only in my opinion, be better than a female principal. There. My add to your add. And I did apply for a shadow day for your school and put your name. Ya free Dec 2nd???" -- Jenelle, Sacramento, CA, US.

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October 2006
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