I found Claire A's short story "Isn't She A Beauty" interesting. The dialogue format was very different and unigue and easy to read. Secondly, it's a piece that many can probably relate to. With changing to fit in, that sort of stuff. When Clair writes, "Your hair looks pretty when it's staright like that", is an example as to why people who are different finally get noticed when they start looking like everyone else. I like that at the end, the character goes back to being who she is, a writer, or author to be specific. Thank you Clair for putting it out there that people shouldn't change just because thay look and/or act different from everyone.