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  • Forums » Welcome Mat
    A Quiet Return

    Hello! Welcome back id like to get to meet you Since im new🙃

    Cassie_List - 30 minutes ago

  • Forums » Writers Corner
    Idea. Anything goes.

    The first thing that came to mind was to for the villain to potentially be interested in shrinking the earth rather than making it bigger so that he could speed ...

    tgham99 - 1 hour ago

  • Reviews » Novel / Chapter » Fantasy, Teen Fiction
    The Three Lockets [Chapter 14.2]

    Hello Mage!! Here to drop off a hopefully not too time consuming and/or boring review. Let's START. Okay. So much has happened since I last reviewed, I don't know where ...

    Liberty - 3 hours ago

  • Reviews » Short Story » Historical Fiction, Narrative
    Burnt Moon

    Good story. This is a sketch for a big book, I think. Stories of authoritarian governments are becoming more popular. I will be poorly useful in grammar. Therefore, I join ...

    Ram Hood 001
    Ram Hood 001 - 3 hours ago

  • Forums » Lounge, The
    I'm Writing, Come Join Me!

    I'm writing. Join me.

    JazenKnight - 3 hours ago

  • Reviews » Poetry » Dramatic, Fantasy

    Hey alliyah! This is a lot to unpack, but I really want to try and take a stab at it; the writing really just stood out to me and I ...

    neptune - 4 hours ago

  • Novel / Chapter » Action / Adventure, Fantasy
    A Fleeting Eternity - Chapter Eight

    1,776 words -- a little flashback

    ShadowVyper - 4 hours ago

  • Forums » Writers Corner
    LMS V: exorcism of a love that never was

    A song of sorts, though I don’t have time to make it a proper song. I wrote you letters from a madhouse That I’m glad you’ll never read ‘Cause your ...

    niteowl - 4 hours ago

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    Jan. 19th - Feb. 2nd: MeherazulAzim16

    Well done! Fantastic energy and much appreciated enthusiasm. Very well-deserved. :D

    JabberHut - 5 hours ago

  • Reviews » Novel / Chapter » Mystery / Suspense, Other
    Sleepless (Ch.2)

    Hi! I actually haven't read this chapter before, so I'll be looking at everything for the first time. I'll read and give comments/critiques as I go, then give my final ...

    Miraculor77 - 5 hours ago

  • Reviews » Poetry » General, General
    Fear of Self-doubt

    Hey there Hkumar! Tuck dropping by with a review for you today. Overall, you used some strong description here by using specific verbs and nouns. I found that to be ...

    Tuckster - 6 hours ago

  • Short Story » Fantasy, General
    Dance of the Frost Tulips - Part 5

    I don't know if this really qualifies as a "short story" anymore, but it's not exactly a novel either...

    jster02 - 6 hours ago

  • Forums » Fiction Discussion
    What Do You Look For in a Main Character?

    I LOVE sweet "cinnamon roll" characters. Anyone know what i'm talking about? I feel like it makes for a more impactfull story when the main charcter gets hurt really bad ...

    queenofscience - 6 hours ago

  • Reviews » Novel / Chapter » Mystery / Suspense, Science Fiction
    Chapter 17: Jump

    Hey Mira! Hope you're doing well today or tonight. I'm here to review this work, help get this out of the Green Room, and obviously to figure out what happens ...

    Liberty - 7 hours ago

  • Forums » Fiction Discussion
    Do you prefer past or present tense?

    I tend to use the past tense in more fantasy-esque stories, although my nano project from last year was in the third person, present tense to serve as a challenge ...

    fraey - 8 hours ago

  • Forums » Fiction Discussion
    How to Write A Retelling? Any Help?

    Another thing to consider for retellings can be how you want to form these characters, especially in the title piece of Medusa. This all goes into what kind of setting/storyline ...

    fraey - 8 hours ago

I like to create sympathy for my characters, then set the monsters loose.
— Stephen King