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Jenneth LeeD

United States

Dyslexic who wants to make a mark in the YA book market. Christian. Conservative. Licensed geek and nerd. Also...now too old to continue accessing this site. If you want to keep up with me:
jennethdyck.wordpress.com

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Jenneth LeeD (United States) published:

Goodbye

FREE WRITING

This week I came to the realization I must leave Write the World. I've turned that intimidating age of twenty and am no longer counted as a teenager. I've returned for this single night, to pack my things, gather the pieces I've written over the years, and make my quiet exit off the scene.

I've loved every moment of being apart of Write the World, and think it was an incredible resource for the young writer. I'll truly miss it...

10 months ago

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Jenneth LeeD (United States) published:

The Eitan Letters

PROMPT: Letter Writing Competition 2016

Guardian Schild,

Your concerns about the child are noteworthy. I fully agree that it's unusual for The Enemy to make such a bold move so quickly in her young timeline. Normally he and his traitorous followers don't act in such a malicious manner until well-past the age of maturity, and even then, more often than not, he withholds his demons until they can encourage the child to sow the seeds of wickedness into peers' minds until the Father has no...

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about 2 years ago

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Jenneth LeeD (United States) published:

The Epic Quest of Tony Ryder in Prelude to the Terrible Tragedy Concerning the Fair Maiden with Giant Feet Partially Written in Latin

PROMPT: Playwriting Competition 2016


Scene I
(Scene opens with characters at a desk in a library. Sara spreads paper before her. Amy tilts her chair on two legs and engrosses herself in texting. Tony sits backwards in the chair with a blank sheet of paper.)
SARA:    Staring at the paper isn’t going to make words appear, Tony.
TONY:     I don’t know what to write.
SARA:     We’ve had three weeks to come up with something!
TONY:    I still don’t know what to write. ...
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about 2 years ago

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Jenneth LeeD (United States) published:

Enasni

PROMPT: Friendship Narrative Competition 2016

"You know, it's starting to get better."

"What? Being here?"

"No," Bruce shook his head, dismissing the guess. "The food. It's not as cold and salty as it used to be."

Enasni wrinkled her nose at the mere thought of Bruce's claim. "Bruce, you're going nuts. The food is awful. You told me the first day here--you said, 'Man, I'd rather starve than to eat their cold, wet noodles and mystery meat. Let my stomach eat itself if it's so...

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over 2 years ago

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Jenneth LeeD (United States) published:

Prince of Persia...and of Movies

PROMPT: Film Review Competition 2016

Generally the small genre of video game adaption doesn't thrive in the blockbuster world—such as the plotless, eye-filling Tomb Raider, the disappointedly cancelled Legend of Spyro, and the unholy rendition of those two famous plumbers, Super Mario Bros. However, Jerry Bruckheimer’s 2010 adaption of the 1989 Prince of Persia greatly surpasses its pathetic competitors.
The movie follows an impulsive street brat, Dastan (Jake Gyllenhaal), adopted to live as the king’s own son. When Dastan and his brothers lead...

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over 2 years ago

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Jenneth LeeD (United States) published:

Prince of Persia...and of Movies

PROMPT: Film Review Competition 2016

Generally the small genre of video game adaption doesn't thrive in the blockbuster world--such as the plotless, eye-filling Tomb Raider movies, the disappointedly cancelled Legend of Spyro, and the unholy rendition of the world’s two famous plumbers, Super Mario Bros. However, Jerry Bruckheimer’s 2010 adaption of the 1989 Prince of Persia game greatly surpasses its pathetic competitors.
The movie follows an impulsive street brat, Dastan (Jake Gyllenhaal), adopted at an early age to live as the king’s own son....

Seeking Peer Reviews

over 2 years ago

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Jenneth LeeD (United States) published:

Prince of Persia...and of Movies

PROMPT: Film Review Competition 2016

Generally the small genre of video game adaption doesn't thrive in the blockbuster world--such as the plotless, eye-filling Tomb Raider movies, the disappointedly cancelled Legend of Spyro, and the unholy rendition of the world’s two famous plumbers, Super Mario Bros. However, Jerry Bruckheimer’s 2010 adaption of the 1989 Prince of Persia game greatly surpasses its pathetic competitors.
The movie follows an impulsive street brat, Dastan (Jake Gyllenhaal), adopted at an early age to live as the king’s own son....

Seeking Peer Reviews

over 2 years ago