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Greetings, I am new here, as a result of my frantic searchings for a good web-based forum. Reason being, is that after an entire novel of utter crap (don't ask for it; I may edit/re-write it sometime later when I improve my skills), I finally believe my skill has improved to the point where I can ask outside assistance as to how well certain aspects are put together.
In any case, due to the fact that indenting is not available under this forum format (at least--I assume so. Most forums with like text boxes don't support it), I am posting a direct link to it (no--it isn't solicitation, you click on the link and it goes directly to the story).

Before you dive in, however, I would like to add that prior to writing this, my high school english class recently finished reading a book by Earnest Hemmingway, and before that a book by Jack London. I am heavy into symbolism for that reason, and so if you don't understand it, try to take every aspect into consideration. I purposely made it difficult to understand if you read it for it's plot, so if you would rather enjoy reading something for entertainment, then you may be wasting your time here.

Well, before I begin to bore you (or the case worsens), I give you my story.
The Autumn Arc:
http://decimator.jamandy.com/autumnarc.doc



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