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Adorable and pretty near brilliant! You kept making my smile with the names you gave the creatures etc. Lovely.-Foggie
Wonderful story!! I love it, and now I want marshmallows. :)
good job!!! keep up the good work!!
That is really really really good! SMILEY
Really Good Job! Keep up the good work!
Brilliant piece of workmanship! I wouldn't mind your opinion on some of mine.
I have a story and its called the MAGICAL marshmellow tree and I used the same artwork! That's wierd.
love it! :)
Thanks, everyone! :)@Lauren4m I just read your story. It IS weird that we have a similar title and some of the same artwork. I got the idea from the artist, actually. Krisblues called the tree "the marshmallow tree" so I wasn't too creative and just used that, haha.
please follow me your a fantastic writer!!
@tanyaattewellsmith I will try to read and comment on your stories too. :)
:) that was great!
You are an AWSOME writer,LOVE it
this storybird is amazing!
wow very cool.
Beautiful! What a lovely story. Good luck in the June comp!
another awesome story from the fab writer mrs. rex!!!!!! I absolutey loved it, and now i am actually quitw hungry for marshmallows, sugar plum bears, in my word, gummy bears and marzipan rabits. In my words, sour patch rabbits. You are my idol and i would be absolutey honnered of you read and commented on some of my stories. When i read your stories, i just want to keep going and going and reading and reading. I hope you can check out some of my stories, and if i enter thejune challenge, i will know i have quite some compitition!your biggest fan,-kebcoconut
Amazing story. I love the words you use, and how you described the place. Cocoa earth, sugar plum bears, marzipan colored and those sweet descriptions have me longing for hot chocolate and marshmallows. Amazing job. You are going to win this contest.-Dany
Part of my reading list!
In Toffee Pier lives a marshmallow tree, lonely and wishing for seedlings of his own.
Published: June 2, 2011
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