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  • Novel / Chapter » Romantic, Realistic
    Re: Sincerely, Yours- Chapter One: Through the Business Lane

    William is going to Germany? Exciting! I wonder who this person that will bring romance to William’s life will be. He’s lucky that he got the job, now he has ...

    4 hours ago

  • Novel / Chapter » Romantic, Horror
    Re: Round and Round Chapter 2

    I have a feeling that Sylvia’s second attempt at killing herself and Jake isn’t going to work. Something is keeping them trapped in a loop. Or maybe it’s someone… I ...

    Sep 23, 2023

  • Novel / Chapter » Romantic, Realistic
    Re: Round and Round Chapter 1

    I did not expect that ending. I wonder now if that really happened. Maybe it was just a dream…or when Jake “wakes up”, he actually goes into the afterlife. What ...

    Sep 22, 2023

  • Short Story » Dramatic, Realistic
    Re: Highway of Darkness

    It’s horrible to think that there are people like the men driving the kids away in real life. One wonders what goes on in the children’s minds…and in this story, ...

    Sep 21, 2023

  • Poetry » General, General
    Re: The Task of Silence

    I love the imagery. It’s very descriptive and fun. It gets you in the mood of the poem. The poem itself is cryptic enough to be a riddle, but clear ...

    Sep 20, 2023

  • Short Story » Health, Narrative
    Re: Why Try Walking … When You Can Dance

    I liked this story. Despite it all, Lisanne preserved. She has a really big heart, because I wouldn’t have kept quiet about what Katherine did. Lisanne’s Mom is the best! ...

    Sep 19, 2023

  • Short Story » Realistic, Health
    Re: Sakura 🌸

    Kaori lived a good life, at least. She cared so much about the beauty of life and all around her. At least Kaori got to see the sakuras before she ...

    Sep 18, 2023

  • Novel / Chapter » Fantasy, Mystery / Suspense
    Re: Dreamless (0)

    I sense that there is something off about Caitlin’s life. She was homeschooled by a staff, which implies that her parents have a lot of money. Her parents hosted parties ...

    Sep 17, 2023

  • Poetry » Fantasy, Mystery / Suspense
    Re: Expecto Patronum

    It’s been a while since I’ve watched the Harry Potter movies and read the books. This poem makes me want to get back into the Harry Potter fandom. You’ve described ...

    Sep 16, 2023

  • Novel / Chapter » Literature, General
    Re: In the elevator: With myself (part 2)

    Kara let go of her past! She’s free. :> It will take time to be completely free, but for the most part, she’s free! Kara helped her younger self, the ...

    Sep 15, 2023

  • Novel / Chapter » Mystery / Suspense, General
    Re: In the elevator: with myself

    I like how the other two Karas are representations of Kara’s thoughts. (At least, I think they are). The younger Kara is mocking Kara for her fears. The older Kara ...

    Sep 14, 2023

  • Short Story » Fantasy, Politics
    Re: The Origins of a Phrase

    This is a dark story for such a ridiculous phrase. I like it! I wonder if deep down, Queen Loireth wanted her son to die because she didn’t like his ...

    Sep 13, 2023

  • Novel / Chapter » Action / Adventure, Humor
    Re: Not My Circus: Chapter 16

    Oh no…Keith is in trouble. On one hand, he could tell them that he and Molly are from Earth. Maybe they’ll be annoyed, but they might help because he took ...

    Sep 12, 2023

  • Novel / Chapter » Action / Adventure, Humor
    Re: Not My Circus: Chapter 15

    Keith likes himself! Yayyy! I’m so happy that he’s accepting his clownliness, because it is AWESOME. Of course Molly was the only one who wasn’t scared of the wvyern. Classic ...

    Sep 11, 2023

  • Short Story » Supernatural, Mystery / Suspense
    Re: Unraveling Han River

    That was absolutely horrifying. I liked it! I didn’t expect that ending, either. This is definitely really spooky… I’ll try to interpret the riddle to the best of my ability: ...

    Sep 10, 2023

"There is nothing to fear from someone who shouts."
— Chinua Achebe, Things Fall Apart