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Tue Apr 30, 2019 7:39 am
Toboldlygo says...



Hi! If you'd like me to review your work, please reply with the title, link, and rating. If it is a chapter in a longer novel, I would also appreciate a brief summary of the plot.

I will not read or review works that are rated 18+ for mature content or that use f-words or other repeated strong language. Thank you for understanding.

Here are two works that I have reviewed recently:

work/Fantascifi66/Multi-Chapter-3-not-finished-but-I-need-advice-on-how-to-continue-143904#c670961

work/monsterwithavoid/Autumns-veracity-144003#c670718

Happy Writing!

Toboldlygo
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Mon May 27, 2019 9:12 am
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felistia says...



Hi Toboldlygo

Could you review my Quest for Fire novel?

Title: The Quest for Fire

Link: The Quest for Fire - Into the Mists - Chapter One

Description: It's a story with dragons as the main characters.

Spoiler! :
The story revolves around one tribe of dragons trying to find a way out of their homeland (a volcano has erupted laying waste to the land). The find a suitable home after three years of searching the whole continent of Megalonia. The island is filled with vegetation and animals and seems to be uninhabited by any native dragon tribes.


Notes: I've written seven chapters so far and I'm looking for someone to review each chapter in the novel and focus mainly on plot and character based criticism.

Thanks again.
  





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Tue May 28, 2019 5:23 am
Toboldlygo says...



Certainly! It might take a couple days but I'll get on it. Thank you! :)
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