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Saving Carter

Social data: 16.8K reads. 312 votes. 117 comments.

Description: After Carter’s girlfriend, Sarah, dies in a tragic car accident, he turns into a loner. He never talks to anyone which goes well until his parents decide to ship him off to his uncle’s house to get his life back together. He doesn't plan on maki...


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ForeverRuthie commented on Saving Carter - Prologue


ForeverRuthie
It's okay. I'm not offended :D Besides I think I'll change the Africa part to something else. I usually don't change things in stories just to please people but I'm getting tired of having to respond to comments like that.
ForeverRuthie commented on Saving Carter - Prologue


ForeverRuthie
I appreciate the 'constructive' criticism from the both of you but this was before I knew much about Africa anyway. I got the Africa idea from a show I saw and the girl said she'd have no wifi or cell service. I am aware that lots of places in Africa have wifi and all that I wasn't trying to stereotypical and if you think I was trying to be stereotypical then I'm sorry I gave you the wrong idea. I actually happen to have family in Africa so I know you're well off. But there are better ways of expressing your feelings if I offended you. And if you're offended by something that won't be brought up again *spoiler alert* you can stop reading if you want to