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Pour Applesauce in the Jars (Book) - 11/26/2002 9:55:18 PM
My 8 year old read this to my 6 year old and I and we loved it. It brought about a great discussion on how families long ago had to can their own food from their gardens for the winter months.

Pour Applesauce in the Jars (Book) - 11/20/2002 3:45:05 PM
enjoyed the read

Pour Applesauce in the Jars (Book) - 5/24/2002 3:10:22 AM
Your writing reflected great potential. It added more to the idea of mother and daughter spending time together and accomplishing something wonderful and sweet! I think that's one of the best ideas in life to act upon. Thank you for sharing!

Pour Applesauce in the Jars (Book) - 10/6/2001 6:28:58 PM
Not bad at all...

Pour Applesauce in the Jars (Book) - 8/6/2001 5:27:32 PM
In my own writing, I've experience that I can be TOO descriptive very easily. I worry about that since my work tends be very visual and active with a novel like Shut Up. Of course, there are 296 pages in the fold-over two-way story of Shut Up, so there is a lot going on. I can't help but feel that with all of the sensory signals that you attach with Applesauce that you have edited yourself too far. Yet, the piece does come off extremely well at its own charged pace. I say charged only because the nearly thirty sentences in this paragraph, could easily be translated into nine highly descriptive paragraphs of five to seven sentences. That might make the piece EVEN more reader friendly. Though I truly enjoyed the feel and the flavor. Thank you.

Pour Applesauce in the Jars (Book) - 7/22/2001 6:50:28 PM
I like the "homespun" flavor of your applesauce in jars story. Simple, easy reading. I'm wondering about the story's setting? Changing seasons. Fall coming on. I'll bet if you really dug deep, and let go, you would have some real heartfelt stories to tell, deep in emotions and filled with love. Try it! You owe it to a mother you obviously love very deeply.

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