This wasn't just an interesting read, it had a profound ending! I loved how the character found the importance of human companionship in the very act of intentional isolation. Meditation in nature's surroundings can be powerful indeed. I would add the spiritual genre to this.
This was an interesting read, but I feel like there are some things to note. First, other than a philosopher, I have no idea who the guy is and I bet I'm not alone. Second, I'm unsure as to the point of why this was written. I came away with a lost feeling.
This was an interesting read. The ending was very cute too. The poem rhymed nicely and I thought that picking a cat as the subject matter was a good choice. I can totally tell you are a cat person and I agree that they are amazing animals abounding in grace.
This was a very interesting read. Is any of it based off a real experience? I truly believe that dreams have meanings and can tell us the future. The trick is knowing which dreams to believe, which I thought you explained really well with the rain as a sign.
That's your first poem?! I've written the occasional poem for my whole life and I could never create something that good! It was disturbing, yet beautiful which is hard to accomplish in my opinion. My only negative comment is I'm struggling with the meaning.
First, isn't the Isle of Man "it's own thing?" (Just a little joke). Second, the story was to vague for my taste. Lastly, I wish we could read about those other adventures that Emily had in the other worlds as well as what they looked like. Overall, a tad average.
This was "Epic"! I loved your "Strange World" of movies and how they go "Onward" toward their membership so much I could "Sing"! What can I say? My tongue is "Frozen" from how awesome of this entry. I knew I would love it after I "Red" the first line. I felt like this was "Uncharted" territory. I just have one question. Have you been left "Home Alone" once too often to come up with this?
This limerick was both interesting and "fishy". It was very short which I felt was a bit of a downside, but it gave me a chuckle. I did enjoy the clever rhyming. You also got me on the last line. I thought for sure you would end with a "tasty dish", not "Give a Wish"!
Great item! I love learning Biblical ins & outs like this. I thought the points were expressed well, even if they were all over the place (biblical wise). Might I suggest a group collaboration to organize these by topic & book? We could dissect the whole Bible together!
Thank you so much for teaching a little bit about our heritage around the world! It read very nicely. I especially liked the color formatting. My favorite part was the Scotts at the beginning. I thought it a good pick for the first choice as they are a "fun" culture to talk about.
This was interesting. I am aware that this is a contest entry so I will not say too much on the subject matter. That said, what kind of form was this writing? It was not free verse was it? I kind of liked the last one best. For your first try at the form, it wasn't bad.
I found this to be an interesting read and very informative. The only change I would suggest would be to refine the formatting a bit such as spacing, item lists, etc. It gave detailed information while being easy to read and not too daunting. The source links provided are appreciated as well. Nicely done.
First, I came across this as a random read and review, so my apologies for missing the others! I'll be sure to fan the series! Second, I found this to be an ambitious, yet successful undertaking, so I'm adding that to my score. Finally, this reads so well and the plot is so rich that I absolutely adore it!
This was very interesting to read. The subject matter alone was so different, I told myself I had to try it. The verse flows quite well despite it being "free". It's a very tender moment expressed in a tender manner. Also, congratulations on your child!
Absolutely loved it. This is a message of perseverance in tough times as well as being loving and forgiving. We all need to be reminded of this, especially in these times. Best of all, this is a true story that has happened numerous times in history, not just shortly after the Transfiguration. Good writing.
I loved this so much! First, it is so well based on fact and an actual person (Elon Musk) that I personally would refer to this as a "predicted future" rather than "science-fiction". Your descriptions were excellent and the insertion of the explanatory flashback was well timed.
The story had a wonderful amount of detail. I felt like I was transported to a new place entirely. I am a little confused though. In the description you said this was three short stories. I only see one. You also put this item in the mythology genre, yet there is nothing remotely "myth" about it. Lastly, the ending was a sad twist that was nicely led up to.
I loved the poem. The fact it felt so complete while being so short made it feel like a very comfortable bite sized meal. Then there's also the matter of picking a topic that many can relate to. An overall well done prose, even if it was not particularly special.
I rather enjoyed this up to the last two lines. I loved how you continued to use the word "ginger" without repeating the same definition usage. For example, ginger cat, ginger tea, and gingerly are completely different in what they mean (color, spice, and carefully respectively).
This story is full of errors. Recheck your capitalization (especially the word "I"), punctuation (especially using commas and apostrophes), and spelling in both the short description and body. Lastly, your item title should have the first level of every word capitalized.
I have no idea what this has to do with the world's smallest violin. That said I enjoyed your perspective on great achievements. Just because it does not go down in history or make the news does not mean what you did isn't great to you. That's the really important thing!
This was a real interesting read! Were these real letters or just the memories of an actual part of your life? Either way, I enjoyed how each letter added to the story as time went on. Disregarding any personal opinions made, there clearly were some serious issues that such protests cause. It is first hand account like this that might help to change the future.
I can tell there were a lot of feelings behind this prose. The world can truly feel like an awful place while you begin to doubt if God truly loves you and is with you. This dark depression totally warrants writing it out, not just for your relief, but for others to see and share their feelings as well.
I got to ask. Was this a real story? The prose and poetry was beautiful. The theme of going on a camping trip to enjoy mother nature for the story was well thought out and used. The words were descriptive while not being overly so. An all around solid work.