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  • Poetry » Dramatic, Realistic
    Re: we are what we project

    Hi chi! I clicked on this because I was interested in the way you named it in your wall post, and THEN I remembered I need 4 more reviews by ...

    Jun 26, 2021

  • Poetry » General, General
    Re: that is all that is good

    Hi silented1, What a beautiful but tragic poem! I hope it's not inspired by real feelings, but if it is, I'm sorry that you're going through something difficult, and I ...

    Jun 25, 2021

  • Novel / Chapter » Fantasy, Action / Adventure
    Re: Children with Stars in their Veins (Chapter 18)

    It was quiet enough almost to be eerie, but Rowan had walked these halls their whole life. It was a familiar, comforting silence. Which was why the hair rose on ...

    Apr 26, 2020

  • Novel / Chapter » Historical Fiction, Mystery / Suspense
    Re: How Do You Plead: 9.2

    “It’s about a matter that you might not want the lady of your house knowing about.” Maybe, since he's evidently the butler, and: the butler either did it or is ...

    Apr 26, 2020

  • Novel / Chapter » Historical Fiction, Mystery / Suspense
    Re: How Do You Plead: 9.1

    “Reggie, I’m going to ignore the fact that what you said made little to no sense but I know that if a Scotsman wants to have a conversation with an ...

    Apr 26, 2020

  • Novel / Chapter » Historical Fiction, Mystery / Suspense
    Re: How Do You Plead: 8.4

    Has Maxwell passed out or something from drinking? Last I knew, he was awake and accusing Rosemary and Winslow of making eyes at each other (which they totally were), but ...

    Apr 26, 2020

  • Novel / Chapter » Mystery / Suspense, Historical Fiction
    Re: How Do You Plead: 8.3

    From the distant patio chair Maxwell asked, “Why the fuck would there be a mirror in his pants, Rosemary? Why is that the way that you’re starting your flirtation with ...

    Apr 26, 2020

  • Novel / Chapter » Mystery / Suspense, Historical Fiction
    Re: How Do You Plead: 8.2

    “But a lot of men that have told me that they’re not interested in me have ended up with their cock in my mouth.” Well, that's just depressing. But also ...

    Apr 26, 2020

  • Novel / Chapter » Mystery / Suspense, Historical Fiction
    Re: How Do You Plead: 8.1

    So far, he was enjoying the end of 1937 and not looking forward to the events of 1938. Good choice, to be honest, because we know what comes in 1939. ...

    Apr 26, 2020

  • Novel / Chapter » Mystery / Suspense, Historical Fiction
    Re: How Do You Plead: 7.4

    James was clearly emotionally stronger I question this, considering how much bouncing back and forth James has been doing openly since chapter five, but lol okay Winslow. It seemed that ...

    Apr 26, 2020

  • Novel / Chapter » Mystery / Suspense, Historical Fiction
    Re: How Do You Plead: 7.3

    It had never occurred to him that he only had one full set of sheets for his bed until he was on the hunt for clean ones. Has,,,Winslow literally never ...

    Apr 26, 2020

  • Novel / Chapter » General, General
    Re: How Do You Plead: 7.1

    Even his last sweet and soft romance had started with a flurry of angsty movements and two people concerned only with getting the other one off. Objectively the best kind ...

    Apr 26, 2020

  • Novel / Chapter » Historical Fiction, Mystery / Suspense
    Re: How Do You Plead: 6.4

    he assumed he would be getting more of the interrogation done off the record. Winslow omfg no my dude. You're going to get into so much trouble one of these ...

    Apr 25, 2020

  • Novel / Chapter » Mystery / Suspense, Historical Fiction
    Re: How Do You Plead: 6.2

    A wild Pensacola sighting! James really swings back and forth between cavalier and emotional, and I'd be here for it except it happens so fast. Like, look: I love, I ...

    Apr 25, 2020

  • Novel / Chapter » Mystery / Suspense, Historical Fiction
    Re: How Do You Plead: 5.4

    “I think, and this is just my thought as a homicide detective, that you should tell me more about what happened that night before you get any sort of reward.” ...

    Apr 25, 2020


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