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It's a Review Day! NEW! Earn more points for reviewing long works in the Green Room! 52 reviews so far! Our goal is 100, so just 48 reviews to go with 291 minutes remaining...
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  • Poetry » Teen Fiction, Teen Fiction
    Re: Flower Queen

    ~ vanity here with a review! I enjoyed the short, endearing piece - although the poem could use with a little more rhythm to it, since its natural flow and ...

    Jul 14, 2021

  • Poetry » Dramatic, Romantic
    Re: Hidden Holding Hands

    ~ vanity here with a review! first of all, the mood you've set from the get-go: I'm already enamored. I miss the softness of your cheeks Our secret smiles among ...

    Jul 13, 2021

  • Poetry » Realistic, Dramatic
    Re: Love Yourself: A Poem

    Hello~ here's my review! This elicited a wonderful essence of positivity

    Jun 19, 2021

  • Poetry » General, Realistic
    Re: a series of unfortunate events.

    This was a fun, compelling read! life, to me, is but one hell of a movie, quite hard in the making, with casts and ques and scenes to be curated, ...

    Jun 19, 2021

  • Novel / Chapter » Romantic, Action / Adventure
    Re: Mala Suerte: a Love Story Within a Prison

    An amusing introductory piece to the narrative. I know the context is just being outlined, but I can already tell the beginnings of a character-driven voice, and am very much ...

    Jun 19, 2021

  • Poetry » Health, Literature
    Re: Suicide

    Hello!~ Here's my review! Ok, so first off, I like the simplicity and blunt, concise composition of your prose. A few pointers~ Your mention of the lines: "Everything hurts," with ...

    Jun 19, 2021

  • Novel / Chapter » Dramatic, Science Fiction
    Re: Mind Changers City Rebellion

    An interesting start to the story. I think the main feedback I have for your piece is to use more subtext and less direct, straightforward language. The main character's indifferent ...

    Jun 18, 2021

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