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  • Novel / Chapter » Fantasy, Teen Fiction
    Re: Marla is not a witch!

    Hey there! Was honestly expecting her to have honed some spidery witch powers by the end of the passage but I was pleasantly surprised! Bugs is her thing, what can ...

    Aug 17, 2022

  • Novel / Chapter » Fantasy, General
    Re: Soul Cutters Chapter 8

    This was such a cute chapter! I love the genuine way you right in conveying emotions without bogging it all down with a ton of scenery, though it could have ...

    Feb 25, 2019

  • Poetry » General, General
    Re: 2:30 am

    Hey there! This is really well crafted and I love the way you portrayed the entire scene, it was really well done! It's a great bit of appreciation for little ...

    Mar 14, 2018

  • Short Story » Narrative, Mystery / Suspense
    Re: The Dentist Office (short)

    Okay, D A N G. That was incredible. I am a sucker for horror and gore, and this seemed to hit the spot dead on as it came back around, ...

    Mar 14, 2018

  • Novel / Chapter » Fantasy, Romantic
    Re: Two wolves

    Hey, Savannah here with a review! First thing is first, grammar! You can never neglect to make sure to capitalize your proper nouns, put commas where they must be, and ...

    Mar 14, 2018

  • Poetry » Science Fiction, Dramatic
    Re: Time Machine

    Hey, Savannah here, writing a quick review! I love the quirky rhyme scheme and enjoyed reading it quite a bit, it's definitely fun for the imagination! You did a terrific ...

    Mar 14, 2018

  • Short Story » Romantic, Teen Fiction
    Re: Thank You For Leading Me

    H O L Y. Okay, I don't usually get so pulled into short stories and things like that, but this grabbed me the moment it started. I don't have any ...

    Mar 14, 2018

  • Short Story » Horror, Realistic
    Re: Continue watching....

    W. O.W. That was amazing. I love reading horror and suspense-type stories, and this definitely takes the cake. I love the way the entire thing was set up made me ...

    Aug 9, 2017


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