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This is a world for writing! You may comment on other people’s posts, but you may not change their content directly. If granted explicit permission, you may go into posts to change grammar mistakes. However, you may not swap words for synonyms unless decided upon by the person who wrote the post. Violation of this rule will lead to one returning to your starting circle. Another thing to take note of is that you should not comment negative things about someone else’s post. Whilst straight-out negative comments are discouraged, constructive criticism is highly valued as this will give a chance for the person the comment is directed at to improve. Please try to be specific and have examples- this is not something you have to do but is preferred. Thanks for visiting!

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This is a world for writing! You may comment on other people’s posts, but you may not change their content directly. If granted explicit permission, you may go into posts to change grammar mistakes. However, you may not swap words for synonyms unless decided upon by the person who wrote the post. Violation of this rule will lead to one returning to your starting circle. Another thing to take note of is that you should not comment negative things about someone else’s post. Whilst straight-out negative comments are discouraged, constructive criticism is highly valued as this will give a chance for the person the comment is directed at to improve. Please try to be specific and have examples- this is not something you have to do but is preferred. Thanks for visiting!

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Shattered

Shattered. It’s the feeling of being ripped into a thousand pieces that are ruthlessly smashed and burned. *** You build it up. Your proud piece of work, the one you’ve worked on for ages, and you smile proudly as you present it. Your pride grows every time someone makes a comment of wonder, secretly praises …

Blank

She was different now. Ever since Mum- no, she insisted on being called Mother now- had left with my stepfather, she’d been different. When she’d returned, she hadn’t murmured quiet reassurances into my ear or shower me with affection. No. She’d stared at me with those empty, empty eyes, just blank and so, so lifeless. It …

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Like all good worlds, there is a system- for your writing. Me and a select others will be checking your writing and will give you points from one to ten. Poems and shorter writing will typically range from 1-5, depending on the length and detail. Longer pieces of writing will range from 1-10. Following this, there are three roles that everyone can get:

Contributor: When you first start out, you gain the right to edit and create your own posts, however, this means that you must wait for one of the administrators or editors to check and approve your work.

Author: Once you gain ten points, you move on to the Author circle. You still have the same privileges as when you’re Contributor, but now you don’t have to wait to be able to publish your work. (Just so you know, when I write publish, I mean on this website)

Editor: Once you gain a hundred and fifty points, you become a Editor. You can now publish, edit, or delete posts and pages. This means you can basically do anything with the website, except change the settings.

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This one is off limits unless you have been selected.

Administrator: The administrator has access to everything, which is why only a select few will get to become administrators. Administrators can change anything on the website, which includes deleting everything or deleting peoples’ work and comments.