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  • Poetry » Dramatic, General
    Re: deleted

    horrendous, here for a review. i'm beginning to like you a lot as a poet, even though, as i've said, poetry normally isn't my thing. you're making me gain an ...

    Nov 6, 2014

  • Other » General, General
    Re: Prevention of Getting Abducted

    that... was really funny. at first i didn't know if this was going to be a comedy piece or not so i was kind of on edge, but then i ...

    Nov 5, 2014

  • Poetry » Dramatic, General
    Re: deleted

    horrendous, here for a review. i don't normally review poetry and don't know the proper structures, so i'm going to review this like it were a novel chapter, hope you ...

    Nov 5, 2014

  • Novel / Chapter » Science Fiction, General
    Re: Better Days Ch.2

    nitpicks: in the first paragraph, "door" is really repetetive. crimson red blood, crimson and red are the same thing. The wall to my right is lathered in crimson red blood, ...

    Jun 30, 2014

  • Novel / Chapter » Science Fiction, General
    Re: Better Days Ch.1

    hey. horrendous here with a review. i'll get the nitpicks out of the way first: (words in asterisks are the ones you're missing) [quoteThe first thing I noticed was *that* ...

    Jun 30, 2014

  • Novel / Chapter » Fantasy, Action / Adventure
    Re: Corps of Recovery: Part 12

    let's get the nitpicks out of the way first: “See here? The seam here is basted "here" is repetetive. it's only used twice in that paragraph, but they're really close ...

    Jun 13, 2014

  • Poetry » Realistic, Satire
    Re: Bad Drivers. (A Haiku.)

    i get behind these people all the time, but i never considered writing a poem about it. i think you could have chosen a different format and went into a ...

    Jun 13, 2014

  • Poetry » Humor, Humor
    Re: My Feet Stink

    this poem made me smile, and here's why. my brother and i joke about his feet all the time because they seem to destroy footwear, and reading this poem i ...

    Jun 13, 2014

  • Lyrics » Humor, Fanfiction
    Re: "Let it Load"

    even having not heard the original track that this parody is based off of, i was still able to appreciate a good jab at modern society. i'm a big fan ...

    Jun 13, 2014

  • Novel / Chapter » Historical Fiction, Science Fiction
    Re: A Time Traveling Teen- (A.T.T.T) Chapter 1: That Night

    hi there GreenTulip. horrendous here for a review. i'll get the nitpicky stuff out of the way first, and don't get discouraged as i tick stuff off, it's all easily ...

    Feb 22, 2014

  • Short Story » Realistic, Culture
    Re: They Don't Know

    hey FatCowSis, horrendous here for a little review. this struck me more poetically than narratively. the repetition of "i am ___" seemed more at home in a poem, and if ...

    Feb 22, 2014

  • Novel / Chapter » Dramatic, Mystery / Suspense
    Re: Moral Zero - Part VI

    gdamn, i had to take a break to finish this, but that's really no issue. i'm glad to be hearing more about Rule, although its hard to keep track of ...

    Feb 17, 2014

  • Novel / Chapter » Dramatic, Horror
    Re: Moral Zero - Part V

    hey, sorry for the late review. that one-upping in dark thoughts the three of them had was great. as it devolved and the characters talked over each other, i could ...

    Feb 10, 2014

  • Novel / Chapter » Dramatic, Horror
    Re: Moral Zero - Part IV

    before, i thought i related to Mr. White. now i know it. more on that later. first of all, i now understand what keeps drawing me back to this story. ...

    Feb 1, 2014

  • Short Story » Horror, Science Fiction
    Re: All That Mattered

    ah, i love zombie stories. i think you picked a perfect plot to tell a short story. a large event in the protagonist's life (meeting another survivor), and sacrificing himself ...

    Jan 29, 2014

I think the best thing about making it into the quote generator is when nobody tells you, so one day you're just scrolling and voila, some phenomenally inane thing that crawled out of your dying synapses and immediately regretted being born the second it made contact with the air has been archived for all time. Or worse, a remark of only average inanity. Never tell me when you've put me in the generator. Pride-tinged regret just doesn't taste the same without the spice of surprise.
— SirenCymbaline