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  • Novel / Chapter » Fantasy, Dramatic
    Re: Conquer Rising: Chapter 2.3

    Hello! Ari here. I'm really enjoying this series so far. It has been very well-written and the characters are developing nicely. This chapter in particular really showcases the progression of ...

    Feb 26, 2023

  • Novel / Chapter » Fantasy, Dramatic
    Re: Conquer Rising: Chapter 2.2

    Hello hello! Ari here. I thoroughly enjoyed this chapter. It certainly helped develop Alainna more as a character, especially since she started defending Solea. This shows that even though they ...

    Feb 26, 2023

  • Novel / Chapter » Fantasy, Dramatic
    Re: Conquer Rising: Chapter 2.1

    Hello! Ari here. This is my first review of this series so I might be missing a few things, but I'll do my best. First of all, I love the ...

    Feb 26, 2023

  • Poetry » Lyrical, Realistic
    Re: To My Mistakes...

    Hello! Ari here. I love the overall feeling of this piece. It has a sort of soft, accepting tone that is simultaneously soothing and heartbreaking. It conveys the mixed, slightly ...

    Feb 26, 2023

  • Poetry » Realistic, Narrative
    Re: She had to watch her lover burn

    Hello! Ari here with a review. This piece is extremely packed with detail--I had to read it a couple of times to soak everything in. The figurative language is very ...

    Feb 25, 2023

  • Novel / Chapter » Humor, Fantasy
    Re: Sunny and the Syntax Errors of Doom: Chapter 12.2

    Hello hello! Ari here with another review. After the cliffhanger of the last chapter, I couldn't wait to read the next! I thought the portal was a little too good ...

    Feb 21, 2023

  • Short Story » Horror, Fantasy
    Re: Thing of the mountain

    Hello! Ari here. This is a very strange, disorienting story and I love it. You really captured the dream-like, fragmented feeling of a nightmare. The broken timeline, the strange voices, ...

    Feb 19, 2023

  • Poetry » Horror, Narrative
    Re: Forbidden Love

    Hello! Ari here. This poem is interesting. I found myself unsure and a little uncomfortable when reading this. Partially because of my claustrophobia, and partially because of the way the ...

    Feb 17, 2023

  • Poetry » Dramatic, Realistic
    Re: what might have been

    Hello! Ari here. This poem perfectly encapsulates what it feels like to lie awake at night. For me, that period of unbroken quiet is kind of scary because anything can ...

    Feb 17, 2023

  • Poetry » Realistic, Humor
    Re: A Little Care

    Ari here! Oh my gosh this poem is my lifffe. It's honestly kinda funny how schools are like 'we care about students' health!' And then yell at us for getting ...

    Feb 15, 2023

  • Poetry » Narrative, Realistic
    Re: a friend

    Ari here. This poem left me with a very uncomfortable prickly feeling--in a good way, I suppose. It's very impactful and well-written, especially for something so short. It really captures ...

    Feb 15, 2023

  • Poetry » General, Dramatic
    Re: A King; A Poet

    Hello! Ari here. This is a very descriptive poem and I love it. It really captures the weight of having the responsibility of a king. The image of being stuck ...

    Feb 15, 2023

  • Poetry » General, General
    Re: Backround Music (Where I'm From Poem)

    Hello! Ari here. I really like the simple yet emotional way you wrote this. It really shows the connection you have to the music. I also liked the subtle humor ...

    Feb 15, 2023

  • Poetry » Horror, General
    Re: The Devourer -- Horror Poem

    Hello! Ari here. I wasn't expecting Winter to be the creature being described, but it all makes sense looking back on it. I love how you mentioned that he starts ...

    Feb 14, 2023

  • Poetry » Fanfiction, Dramatic
    Re: Call Of The Rebellion

    Ari here. I don't know much about Call of the Rebellion, but this was very nicely written and I thought I'd leave a review. First of all, the descriptive language ...

    Feb 14, 2023

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