You flagged and suggested changing a simple working "turned her head". Are you aware of how many books have this same phrase in it? This is too frustrating. I can understand taking direct quotes, but making a body movement, tell me please, how would I word it dfferently? Turn her body. Well that has been used and by the way, have you ready Harry Potter's section that I supposely plagiarized, it has errors and sold like there were never a tomorrow. Interesting, isn't it?

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Turning her attention back to Pete, when he called out Murphy Jones, Kaitlyn found it impossible to keep her eyes off his gun that was tied to his leg.
asked Oct 05 '12 at 03:07 Dot Yates New member

Oh dear . . .

Peter GuessOct 11 '12 at 14:57

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