• that’s really cool!

  • I love the travelogue style that you use-its transporting. And what an amazing friend. I hope that we all have that type of friend who makes us work harder and do better. Perhaps the opposite of the -less, I particularly loved and related to this quote, ” Her perceptive questions hug memories tighter around experiences. With keen deductions she…[Read more]

  • Hi Elaine, I don’t know how much you travel within the USA, but I grew up in Boston, which has a magnificent Public Library with paintings, murals, statues all dedicated to famous authors or mythical creatures that were showing the way to the future. It’s truly a building that worships the library-I recently took a guided tour and I was blown away…[Read more]

  • I loved the bold ridiculously romantic tale. I feel as if we’ve seen these characters, before, haven’t we? I recognize reading about the Olive cinched coat and the sloppily dressed Zach in the past. Anyway, the rhythm that is poetic, the fun repetition and the sheer verse is really a beautiful composition there. I heard a funky brass jazz in the…[Read more]

  • Hi Martin,
    I’m glad that you responded to the emotions. What did you have trouble understanding? Let me know, I will see if I can clarify. I basically described the depth of Leena’s loneliness and all the places that had left her in the dust. Thanks so much for taking the time to read it and comment, I really appreciate it!

  • Hi RL Nel,
    Thanks for your comments. Yes, this draft is very different from the previous version.- so I’m glad that the scene transitions are smoother now. I’m glad that you liked Leena and that you wanted things to work out for her. i really liked Leena and I think that I have definitely felt like her at some point in my life. Thanks for…[Read more]

  • Hi Ellen,
    Thanks so much for your comment and for taking the time to review it!

  • Correction: Mrs Lewis is the voice of her Conscience and maybe her Consciousness too?

  • Hi Del,
    This was really well done. I love the idea of Mrs. Lewis as the voice of her consciousness, I chuckled out loud at that. But I would like a little bit of explanation. I understood that Steph had entered into a liaison with Andy right under Jackie’s nose. But I have a question about the bombing. Were Andy and Steph part of the planning…[Read more]

  • Hi Mark,
    Thanks so much for taking the time to read and comment! I’m glad you liked the pace of the story. I cut out a lot to get there!

  • WOW! love your use of CAPITALS there! Thanks so much for your comment and very sorry for your flu…that’s really awful to be suffering from it Thanks so much for going through it even when ill! I really appreciate the time to comment!! I hope you feel better soon.

  • Hi Mark,
    This spy story is a lot of fun to follow. I have been following it for several episodes. I have been curious about Director Marvin as well. I like the detail that Peter and Marvin always look at each other in the eye before they drink…sort of measuring each other up as it were. Others have mentioned the typos that I noticed. In this…[Read more]

  • ewww… how creepy but I must say I shuddered in a satisfied way. That mother was just terrifically evil. I LOVED her. She reminds me of many mothers, (maybe mine a little bit) and now I worry whether my kids feel the same way about me. I really appreciated how at first, she seemed like everyone’s annoying mother but then got so thoroughly…[Read more]

  • HI Deryn,
    A very well written story. I flew through the lines, just hoping that Petra wouldn’t fall for it. I thought Ed got pretty creepy very fast, (I kept saying EWWW out loud) but it really illustrated Petra’s depth of loneliness that she kept going despite her misgivings. That was a really ingenious way to show us just how lonely Petra was…[Read more]

  • Hi Beth,
    What a cool idea that you presented about a poor neighborhood with anonymous names…I remember reading stories like that in school. I think it was meant to lend authenticity to the stories, they were leaving out the names to protect the people involved. This is also a somewhat “beat-up” neighborhood due to Fingers’ irresponsible…[Read more]

  • Thank you Deirdre,
    I appreciate it.

  • Hi Deryn,
    Thanks so much for your comments. I will have to look through more of the stories, I haven’t seen the font/type in the others yet. I am glad you thought of something like Toy story, I’ve always loved that series. I am somewhat biased towards S probably since my first name begins with S. I appreciate that you took the time to review the…[Read more]

  • This was so much fun!! I also looked up the names of the mythological characters, and I love the Lord of Wild Things. I’ve always held librarians in awe, they seem so omnipotent to me, right from the time I was a young girl and would just sit and stare at the librarian at a distance and envy her job. I loved story hour and the summer reading…[Read more]

  • Hi Shwetha,
    An interesting story based in mythology, but with an appealing modern twist. I must say, I did get a little lost trying to figure out what was happening. I am not sure of the rule that the kinkara were not told at the end. Was it that they would have to be reborn? I liked that you showed the petty and sometimes cruel side of these…[Read more]

  • Hi Paul,
    High praise from you indeed.
    Thank you so much for your kind feedback. I appreciate it very much.

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