Graditude: A Thanksgiving Story

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Graditude: A Thanksgiving Story

Unread postby MarciaA » Fri Nov 01, 2013 7:41 am

I really enjoyed this story! Anyone else think it could be made into a 1/2 hour tv special? :D



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Re: Graditude: A Thanksgiving Story

Unread postby PS Power » Sat Nov 02, 2013 4:30 am

Gratitude. With a T.

I misspelled that on Amazon, which is very embarrassing! The book cover is right however, I hear. So whew!

It was literally written to be turned into a screenplay.

Still, I guess that sort of thing will be up to Jay Stark now, since he;s going to be handling all the books from now on, unless he chickens out and doesn't want to take a crack at writing the next Young Ancients?

*At first I thought he was a Troll,implying that only he could fix my horrible work, but you know, it occurred to me that maybe he;s right? So I'm offering to let him have a crack at the next book, due out next month. Hopefully he won't be late with it.

I bet, once he improves Gratitude: A Thanksgiving Story, it will be turned into a television special. I can't wait to see it! Yay!



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Re: Graditude: A Thanksgiving Story

Unread postby MarciaA » Sat Nov 02, 2013 4:48 am

Whoa!
Please don't stop writing.... :(



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Re: Graditude: A Thanksgiving Story

Unread postby DitN » Sat Nov 02, 2013 11:26 pm

MarciaA wrote:I really enjoyed this story! Anyone else think it could be made into a 1/2 hour tv special? :D

I liked it!

Although I did keep waiting for something supernatural to occur.



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Re: Graditude: A Thanksgiving Story

Unread postby jjmcafee » Fri Nov 08, 2013 11:38 pm

Marcia,
I'm with you - I just finished the story, and I think it would make an awesome TV special. And I also kept waiting for something to happen -- just conditioned by the other works from Dale, I suppose. But the story works very well just like it is.



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Re: Graditude: A Thanksgiving Story

Unread postby jjmcafee » Sun Feb 16, 2014 9:59 am

coming back to the forums after some time off, I do note that Jay Stark has disappeared from the Power verse. Yea!



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Re: Graditude: A Thanksgiving Story

Unread postby PS Power » Mon Feb 17, 2014 5:28 pm

I read a fascinating article the other day, which showed that the reasons trolls are, well, you know, club wielding shirtless freaks with warts, is that they're actually horrible people! We knew that, but it turns out that they might be worse than we all thought.

http://io9.com/why-do-trolls-annoy-you-online-because-theyre-sadists-1522842115

Now I don't know how well that will come out in other studies, but it's an interesting bit of data to get things started.



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Re: Graditude: A Thanksgiving Story

Unread postby Sommer » Thu Apr 24, 2014 1:57 pm

U could say that there the opposite of Tor the troll of



Can you not see it just there my boy that light is the peace and like all we should strive to grab it and bring it into our hearts

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