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Wed May 25, 2011 3:46 am
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Glauke says...

Hey Apple! Just a quick heads-up, I'll be posting a new short story/contest entry soon, It Was Love. I'll PM you when I post it so that you can review it. :D

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behind the clouds is the sun still shining

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Thu Sep 29, 2011 8:35 pm
Jas says...

Hey Apple!

Can I ask for a review on this: topic87281.html
and maybe the second part of that? The link is on the bottom of the first work.


I am nothing
but a mouthful of 'sorry's, half-hearted
apologies that roll of my tongue, smoothquick, like 'r's
or maybe like pocket candy
that's just a bit too sweet.


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Wed Jul 02, 2014 3:36 pm
ScarletDreams14 says...

Hey there! I actually have two for you. I hope it's not much trouble! (Both are the same book and same genre)

[b]Name: The Remaining Survivors: A Leader to Guide Us: Prologue

[b]Genre:Action/Adventure and Drama

[b]Quick Synopsis: In year 2013, tragedy hits when 18 year old Fawn Shone's mother Amy Shone dies in a car-crash. A deadly unknown sickness spreads across the earth wiping out most of the human-population. Fawn must protect those close to her while fighting for her right to survive. An adventure full of excitement, hardship, and dark secrets to be discovered. Will you partake on this journey with us? Despite the awakening danger? Will you give up everything to uncover the dying truth? Now tell me...

Do you have what it takes to survive?

Link: The Remaining Survivors: A Leader to Guide Us

[b]Name: The Remaining Survivors: A Leader to Guide Us: Chapter One

[b]Genre: Adventure/Action and Drama

Link: The Remaining Survivors: Chapter One

[Feel free to state your most-honest opinion on both. Point out grammar and punctual issues. Thank You!]


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