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  • Reviews » Short Story » Narrative, Fantasy
    The Rose

    Hello! Let's give you another review, shall we? I'm afraid to say that I'm not always the best at reviews, but I hope this is passable: First of all, I'm ...

    kaenexion - 23 minutes ago

  • Novel / Chapter » Fantasy, Mystery / Suspense
    Foxglove Road - Chapter 7.1

    In which our narrator awakens his long-dormant connection to the hawthorns. (LMS, 1857 words)

    Panikos - 3 hours ago

  • Reviews » Poetry » Realistic, General
    Love You Three Thousand

    I liked this poem even though I was a little confused at the begging. I had something like this where my family was best friends with this other family and ...

    KaPo21 - 6 hours ago

  • Reviews » Poetry » Dramatic, Romantic
    My Heart is Not a Game

    First of all your tittle gave me the chills, automatic click. I love how you are using something as playful as writing to get you point across to all of ...

    KaPo21 - 7 hours ago

  • Reviews » Novel / Chapter » Fantasy, Other
    Children with Stars in their Veins (Chapter 6.2)

    Awwwwwwwwww this was so cute in so many waaaays. I really like the choice of using Rowan's POV here so we can get an outside perspective of everyone else and ...

    JabberHut - 8 hours ago

  • Forums » Welcome Mat
    The Buddy System

    Up for mentoring if anyone needs it! Let me know!

    LittleLee - 9 hours ago

  • Reviews » Poetry » Realistic, General
    Snail mail

    Hello, fellow writer! This poem is super interesting! Your idea is genius, and I love the way it's dark and yet not dark, if you know what I mean. It ...

    WinnyWriter - 11 hours ago

  • Reviews » Poetry » Realistic, General
    Snail mail

    This poem was brilliant! How did you come up with such a fun, unique plot? It was amazing,, and I hope you know that. The way you put so much ...

    LZPianoGirl - 12 hours ago

  • Poetry » Realistic, General
    Snail mail

    A poem about a suicidal mailbox

    midnightdreary - 19 hours ago

  • Reviews » Short Story » Dramatic, Fantasy
    The Dance

    Hey there! I really like the idea of this scene! I think it's clever that you added "This is easy" throughout the scene. "Oh, the prince was beautiful, not much ...

    Gnomish - 23 hours ago

  • Short Story » Spiritual, Narrative
    The Wind's Tale

    The tale of The Wind, and how he came to save the earth from eternal damnation.

    RosalynWilde - 23 hours ago
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  • Reviews » Novel / Chapter » Mystery / Suspense, Historical Fiction
    How Do You Plead: 4.2

    I love this! It's lively, smooth and engaging throughout! The only thing that sets me off a bit is the way the character's thoughts are expressed. I would use italics ...

    RosalynWilde - 23 hours ago

  • Reviews » Novel / Chapter » Fantasy, Other
    Children with Stars in their Veins (Chapter 6.2)

    This story is a wonderful concept, however it requires more emotion. It seems a bit stiff. I do love the imagery, and the vocabulary! It isn't as engaging as I'd ...

    RosalynWilde - 24 hours ago

  • Reviews » Poetry » General, General
    Dear Friend

    Awww! This is super sweet! You should DEFINITELY give it to your friend!!! It will be something treasured between you forever. That being said, this is a really precious piece. ...

    WinnyWriter -

  • Reviews » Poetry » Romantic, Dramatic
    My Secret Lifeline

    Hey, there! Nice poem! It is well-written, and the rhyme scheme is consistent. I realize that non-rhyming poetry is popular, but I always like to see a good rhyming poem. ...

    WinnyWriter -

  • Reviews » Short Story » Narrative, Fantasy
    The Rose

    Hey, there. This is a very interesting work, and definitely a unique perspective. Your creativity blossoms all over this piece. (The pun wasn't necessarily intended, but, hey... ;) ) You've ...

    WinnyWriter -

It is dangerous to be right in matters on which the established authorities are wrong.
— Voltaire