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Review of Enchanted  
Review by ~QPdoll
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Rated: E | (4.5)
Hi, Jillian Whitney .

This is a House Stark Battle review of "Enchanted for "Game of Thrones.


*Crown*First thoughts: How cool was it that Tempest was able to see all of the fairies coming to retrieve the tree. Now she knew what the secret was that her sisters talked about.

*Crown*Plot/Story: Tempest wanted to know where her sisters were off to, but they wouldn't tell her. So she decides to follow them to see where they went. She was completely surprised and enthralled with what she saw. After her sisters and their friends left, she went and explored what they had done. Then she got a surprise all of her own.

*Crown*Characterization: I like the sneakiness of Tempest as well as her sense of adventure. She didn't like being kept in the dark and chose to take matters into her own hands. Even though we don't get a physical description of Tempest or her sisters, we could get a sense of their personalities.

*Crown*Just a Few Things:
She didn’t know what types of creature lived in this foreign land. Oops, forgot the "s".

Next Friday we will meet the same time, same place. I think the work "at" is missing.

Slowly she circled the tree, like she saw the little girls do. I got the impression that the other girls were bigger than Tempest.

*Crown*What I Liked: I loved that Tempest was able to see the Fairies. She was able to have her very own experience. I was happy for her.

*Crown*Parting Comments: This was very creative. I really enjoyed it. Great job!



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Review of The Key  
Review by ~QPdoll
In affiliation with The Rockin' Reviewers  
Rated: 18+ | (4.0)
Hi, Royal Eduardo

This is a House Stark Battle review of "The Key for "Game of Thrones.


*Crown*First thoughts: This is better than three wishes or a genie in a bottle. It was ironic that he saw a locker the key would fit. I wondered if it was visible to anyone else other than the holder of the key.

*Crown*Plot/Story: Josh found an odd key as he walked along the beach which opened up a world of trouble at first, but ended on a happy note. An interesting view on a get rich story. The plot was easy to follow and there was a nice little twist at the end.

*Crown*Characterization: Josh is someone who liked to take chances and live a little on the adventurous side. Smart and adventurous but still practical, he was.

*Crown*Two Little Things:
The Young One asked. "Young One" does not need to be capitalized. Also "The" doesn't need to be capitalized as it's a speech tag following a question.

“Where were you at 2:30pm this afternoon?” This should read 2:30 p.m. or 2:30 PM.

*Crown*What I Liked: I liked the challenge he was given and that he was able to decipher the clues and make the correct conclusion.

*Crown*Parting Comments: This was a very creative story. I really enjoyed it. Great job!



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Review of Polly the Penguin  
Review by ~QPdoll
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Rated: E | (4.0)
Hi, Humming Bird

This is a House Stark Battle review of "Polly the Penguin for "Game of Thrones.


*Crown* First Thought:This is the sweetest story. I absolutely love the imagination of your niece. This piece shows how much she's learned from her aunt. What a great example you are to her. It's so nice of you to spend time with her and help her to write stories.

*Crown*Plot/Story: Little Polly Penguin was being moved from one zoo to another. Along the way she got lost and it took a while to find her way back to the train that was transporting her. On her travels back to the train she met ducks and a fox. They were very kind to her and helped guide her on her way.

*Crown*Characterization: We learned that Polly enjoyed being in the zoo and enjoyed seeing all the people that came to visit her. The ducks and fox were all happy animals and were kind to Polly, helping her to find the train from which she had fallen.

*Crown*What I Liked: I love the true sense of innocence in this story. The only thing bad that happened was that Polly fell off of the train. But she found her way back, which was the best.

*Crown*Parting Comments: This was creative and funny. I really enjoyed it. Tell your niece she did a great job!



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Review by ~QPdoll
In affiliation with The Rockin' Reviewers  
Rated: 18+ | (4.5)
Hi, Moody Blue: Needs an Upgrade

This is a House Stark Battle review of "A Royal Birthday 671 Words for "Game of Thrones.


*Crown*First thoughts: What a royally unhappy story. I felt so bad for the mother and aunt. My heart just dropped when I read that her daughter was in the PICU. I work at a children's hospital (as a secretary, not a nurse) and see things like this often.

*Crown*Plot/Story: Little Queen Bea was so excited for her fifth birthday party. Plans had been made and prizes and gifts had been purchased. Then three days before her royal birthday she ingests talcum powder and winds up in the intensive care unit. Her life in jeopardy.

*Crown*Characterization: The characters were believable. I could picture mom decorating the cake and getting things ready for the party. Little Queen Bea was also believable. She behaved just like a child her age would.

*Crown*What I Liked: I liked that mom buried her daughter in her Queen birthday outfit and tiara.

*Crown*Parting Comments: It was sad that due to what was probably a complete accident, she didn't get to enjoy her birthday. You did a good job with this story. I really felt the sadness.


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Review by ~QPdoll
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Rated: 13+ | (4.5)
Hi, ♥hOOves♥

This is a House Stark Battle review of "Othello's Adjustment for "Game of Thrones.


*Crown*First thoughts: My first thought was this was a story about the second world war. I knew it would be a sad one. I wasn't looking forward to it because any story about World War II makes me very sad. Sometimes it's almost painful to read stories about that time.

*Crown*Plot/Story: I liked the idea of telling the story from a cat's point of view. I never thought about what happened to the animals of the homes that were invaded. This was a great insight. I am glad that the Othello survived. I can't begin to imagine how I'd feel if my family was taken away from me after living such a wonderful cat life.

*Crown*Characterization: We as the reader come to love Othello. He was a smart cat who learned to fend for himself since he had no one to take care of him anymore. He was a survivor.

*Crown*What I Liked: I liked that Othello had a familiar face to give him some love and affection after his family was taken away.

*Crown*Parting Comments: This was a creative but sad story. and you did a great job!



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Review of The Present  
Review by ~QPdoll
In affiliation with The Rockin' Reviewers  
Rated: E | (4.5)
Hi,

This is a House Stark Battle review of {item:} for "Game of Thrones.


*Crown*First thoughts: Aw, how sweet. I wondered what gift Eddie gave to Amanda. She seemed awfully happy to get it, but maybe it was just that he gave her a gift at all.

*Crown*Plot/Story: Amanda and her family were having a happy Saturday morning, until jealous Eddie became mean to her and made her cry. Jealousy gets the better of us sometimes and I could totally relate. I would probably compare my sister's birthday party to mine. Hopefully they would rank the same.

*Crown*Characterization: All of the characters were believable and they sounded like a regular family. I would have like to know how and what Eddie did to make Amanda so upset. It sounds like dad had a nice talk with Eddie and his behavior was changed.

*Crown*Spelling:
Mom was actually more upset that dad Oops, I think you meant "than".

*Crown*What I Liked: I liked that Eddie had a change of heart and decided to participate in his sister's birthday celebration. The story was well written and it flowed nicely.

*Crown*Parting Comments: This was sweet story of love and respect among a lovely family. I really enjoyed it. Great job!



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Review of Cape Mission  
Review by ~QPdoll
In affiliation with The Rockin' Reviewers  
Rated: ASR | (4.5)
Hi, BD Mitchell

This is a House Stark Battle review of "Cape Mission for "Game of Thrones. Please know that these are simply my thoughts and opinions. Take what you can use and forget the rest.


*Crown*First thoughts: A class of superheros, pretty cool. This reminded me of "Sky High". Loved it.

*Crown*Plot/Story: Alisa is learning how to take down would be thieves. She does a pretty good job until she momentarily lets her guard down. Once she's overtaken, the test is ended and a discussion with the class ensues.

*Crown*Characterization: I liked the main character, Alisa. She was tough and persevered. I also liked the teacher. Considering they're superheros, there were believable as far as superheros go.

*Crown*Suggestion:
...promptly disappearing in a flash of light a puff of purple smoke... This sounds a bit confusing. Perhaps something like ...promptly disappearing in a flash leaving a light puff of purple smoke, just as a swarm...

*Crown*What I Liked: I liked the teaching element of the story. It's fun to see how characters interpret different instances and events.

*Crown*Parting Comments: This was creative. I really enjoyed it. Great job!


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Review of Chacone  
Review by ~QPdoll
In affiliation with The Rockin' Reviewers  
Rated: ASR | (3.5)
Hi, Elisa the Bunny Stik

This is a House Stark Battle review of "Chacone for "Game of Thrones. These are simply my thoughts and opinions. Please take what works for you and don't worry about the rest.


*Crown*First thoughts: My first thoughts were it would be kind of cool if this is how Heaven worked. Ha! It sounds like Chloe's in for a rude awakening.

*Crown*Plot/Story: The plot was easy to follow. I didn't have a lot of questions or concerns. Chloe has an opportunity to do something in Heaven that she enjoyed doing on Earth. It's taking some time to get acclimated to being in Heaven and how it works. She's received good guidance so far, after all, it was just her first (conscious) day.

*Crown*Characterization: Chloe seemed real. She is definitely a human in Heaven. It would be pretty unbelievable but she's handled it well so far. I like Luke who helped to get her to understand that she was dead. Edna has her work cut out for her. It's gonna take a lot of work to teach Chloe her job.

Grammar/Punctuation: (Just some things I noticed.)
This gentleman was close to 6 and a half feet tall with thick but short cut tresses. Numbers between zero and ninety-nine should be spelled out unless it's an address, time, or date.

If I was just a little older, she thought. If I was just a little older should be in italics as this is inner dialogue.

Still, all she said to this statement was, "Oh really." "Oh, really?" is a question requiring a question mark.

Additional Grammar/Punctuation

*Crown*What I Liked: I always love to read stories about arriving in Heaven. It's always interesting to me what people come up with.

*Crown*Parting Comments: This was creative and funny. I really enjoyed it. Great job!



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Review of Final Goodbye  
Review by ~QPdoll
In affiliation with The Rockin' Reviewers  
Rated: 13+ | (5.0)
Hi, ₩eb₩i₸ch

This is a House Stark Battle review of "Final Goodbye for "Game of Thrones.


*Crown*First thoughts: I know people who have suffered from their family member with Alzheimer's. It is an awful disease. My grandmother went through it. Well, maybe I should say that my mother and aunt suffered through it as my grandmother lived in her own world.

*Crown*Plot/Story: The plot was easy to follow from their first project together, to their marriage, to Helena's last lucid moment.

*Crown*Characterization: The characters were believable. They were both well educated and smart students, eventually becoming a surgeon and chemical engineer. I enjoyed watching them grown from high school students through their adult lives.

*Crown*What I Liked: I liked how you were able to write this story with no dialogue.

*Crown*Parting Comments: This is a bittersweet story. I could feel Sam's pain as he watched his wife suffer through this horrid disease. This is something I hope to never have to suffer myself or watch my loved one suffer through it. I do worry about my mother as my grandmother died from Alzheimer's. You did a beautiful job. Thank you for sharing.



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Review by ~QPdoll
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Rated: 18+ | (4.5)
Hi, ₩eb₩i₸ch

This is a House Stark Battle review of "We Haul, U-Haul--Don't Fall! for "Game of Thrones.


*Crown*First thoughts: Oh, what a stressful night for both you and your husband! Being in a new place and knowing that something had definitely gone wrong. I hated that the only thing you could do was wait.

*Crown*Plot/Story: The plot was easy to follow, even the part of the news reporter. What bad luck to have when you've just moved to a new location. Isn't amazing what our brains can think up? I'm glad the tragedy was averted.

*Crown*Characterization: Well, considering this is a true story, I believe the characterization was dead on!

I noticed one spelling error:
The failed procedures were as followed:

*Crown*What I Liked: I like that everything turned out to be okay, including the family vehicle and the U-Haul, and that your husband made it home safe and sound albeit exhausted.

*Crown*Parting Comments: This was funny but not so much. I can't imagine being in your place. But if I were, I know my mind would probably take me to a funeral. I really enjoyed your story. Great job!



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Review of The Silver  
Review by ~QPdoll
In affiliation with The Rockin' Reviewers  
Rated: ASR | (4.0)
Hi, Bryce Kenn .

This is a House Stark Battle review of "The Silver for "Game of Thrones.


*Crown*First thoughts: What a horrible predicament to be in. Losing a spouse, losing a job, and on the verge of losing a house.

*Crown*Plot/Story: This is a sad story about a man you loses his wife to a car accident. As a result, he's fallen into a deep depression that's landed him in a financial mess. I was intrigued with the items that appeared from nowhere to help him pay off his debts.

*Crown*Characterization: The male character is believable. I would have liked to learn a little more about him, but his situation gave good insight into the kind of person he was and what he was suffering through. We don't really know Lori, other than she was a thief when she lived.

*Crown*What I Liked: I liked that even though he had lost his wife, she, somehow, was able to help him recoup his losses by bringing the items she had stored to light.

*Crown*Parting Comments: This is a sad story but it turns out to end a bit more on the positive side. Good job!



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Review of Coincidence?  
Review by ~QPdoll
In affiliation with The Rockin' Reviewers  
Rated: 18+ | (4.5)
Hi, Steven Alexander

This is a House Stark Battle review of "Coincidence? for "Game of Thrones.


You are so right, this definitely wasn't a coincidence. It's always amazing to me how things like this happen at just the right time. God works in mysterious ways and he was surely working for you this day.

As one who has been in a similar situation, I completely understand the peace that overtakes you as you just know that the pain and suffering will end soon.

Lucky for both of us that God intervened.

I've heard stories about people who were led to do something, say something, call someone, or go to someone and they had no idea why—they many times didn't even know the person they were addressing. I've always wanted that to happen to me.

Your writing is filled with passion. I've discovered that words flow easier when you're writing about an event that's happened directly to us, as opposed to something that's happened to someone else.

I'm so glad that you survived that detrimental moment and have found love again. May God continue to bless you.



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Review by ~QPdoll
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Rated: 13+ | (4.0)
Hi, KC under the midnight sun

This is a House Stark Battle review of "Harriet "Hop-Along" Cassidy for "Game of Thrones.


*Crown*First thoughts: My first thought was that I wanted to know what had happened to Harriet for her to lose her foot.

*Crown*Plot/Story: Harriet had to answer the door which was downstairs. As she attempted to make her way down the steps she drops her crutch. She eventually makes her way to the front door but it takes her an extremely long time.

*Crown*Characterization: The characters were believable. We got an idea of how strong and persevering Harriet is. We didn't get to know much about Donnie. We find out that he has made a decision as to where he's going to go to college and we assume it's going to be close. The description of the girls outside was very good.

I noticed one typo:
Okay. this is easy. just relax. "just" should be capitalized.

*Crown*What I Liked: I liked that Harriet didn't give up, although at times it seemed as if she wanted to. She persevered and completed her task of getting down the steps. I was afraid that Donnie was going to walk away before she got to the door. I'm glad he didn't.

*Crown*Parting Comments: I really enjoyed this story. Great job!



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Review of Little David  
Review by ~QPdoll
In affiliation with The Rockin' Reviewers  
Rated: 13+ | (4.5)
Hi, Write 2 Publish 2020

This is a House Stark Battle review of "Little David for "Game of Thrones.


*Crown*First thoughts: Oh what a tricky little story this was. I felt so bad for her throughout the whole story right to the end.

*Crown*Plot/Story: This story implied that there had been a murder, when in fact, there was not. You did a good job making the reading think as much. I wondered when you stated that she would reveal all after dinner, how they would have dinner in the first place if that's where the crime occurred. I also wondered about how she was flushing his body with water. It made me think that he was a baby. The story was easy to follow and had me on the edge of my seat the whole time.

*Crown*Characterization: This character was believable even though the event, prior to its revelation, was so unbelievable.

*Crown*What I Liked: I liked that the victim turned out to not be human. Ha! My favorite part was when you described what she was wearing, a Hannah Montana shirt. That's where you indicated that the person committing the crime was what I would consider a tween.

*Crown*Parting Comments: This was creative and funny. I enjoyed it. Great job!



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Review of Transition  
Review by ~QPdoll
In affiliation with The Rockin' Reviewers  
Rated: 18+ | (4.0)
Hi, ~MM~

This is a House Stark Battle review of "Transition for "Game of Thrones.


*Crown*First thoughts: This is an interesting vampire story. I didn't expect it when I first began reading, given the description. I wasn't sure what to expect.

*Crown*Plot/Story: This story is about a man who was somehow tricked into the situation he found himself. He discovered when she was feeding on him, that she was a vampire. He floated in an out of consciousness when finally she'd had her fill. Then she left him to fend for himself during his transition.

*Crown*Characterization: If vampires were real these characters would be pretty believable. I didn't get a sense of the characters but rather the event that was taking place. He had a lot to get used to and suffered through a lot of different feelings and illnesses. By the end, he had begun to feel better, even good enough to smile.

I noticed one typo:
I knee on the floor, retching until I shiver with cold and exhaustion. Oops, forgot the "l".

*Crown*Parting Comments: You did a good job with this story. It would be interesting to know what took place before this incident.

Happy Writing!



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Review of Busted!  
Review by ~QPdoll
In affiliation with The Rockin' Reviewers  
Rated: ASR | (4.5)
Hi, OOT™

This is a House Stark Battle review of "Busted! for "Game of Thrones.


*Crown*First thoughts: I kind of giggled after reading the last line of the story. We were completely fooled into believing that one thing happened when it was something completely unexpected. Nice.

*Crown*Plot/Story: This story has a humorous tone to it at the end. It was telling a story with a punch line. It was a complete scene where she faced the police officer with evidence on her coat. There was no denying that she was the one who committed the crime. However, as the reader, we are led to believe that she committed a different crime than she really did.

*Crown*Characterization: This character was believable. I could see her standing in front of the police officer trying to figure everything out. She went through all kinds of scenarios in her mind before it was all over.

*Crown*What I Liked: I like the sitting on the edge of my seat tone of the story. But I really love the twist at the end. Very nice. *Wink*

*Crown*Parting Comments: This was creative and funny. I really enjoyed it. Great job!



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Review by ~QPdoll
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Rated: 13+ | (3.5)
Hi, Cerbios

This is a House Stark Battle review of "Lost and found. for "Game of Thrones.


*Crown*First thoughts: My first thought was what has this girl gotten herself into.


*Crown*Plot/Story: I'm not sure what she thought she'd find, but this young lady was looking for a place that only one man could direct her to. She found that the elderly man reminded her of the devil.


*Crown*Characterization: The characters were believable, but I especially liked Fred. He was certainly different.


I noticed a few things to point out:
The man look absolutely ancient with hair so white it almost translucent, The man looked and hair so white it was almost translucent.

He was wearing an old corduroy suit that from like the twenties I think you could remove "that".

And, now you’re thinking I must the devil because how else would I know that. Oops, missed the word "be".


*Crown*What I Liked: I liked the innuendo at the end. It made for a creepy ending to a rather odd story.


*Crown*Parting Comments: This was creative. I really enjoyed it. Great job!



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Review of You Did What ??  
Review by ~QPdoll
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Rated: 18+ | (5.0)
Hi, Winnie Kay .

This is a House Stark Battle review of "You Did What ?? for "Game of Thrones.


*Crown*First thoughts: I kept wondering throughout the story what in the world would have gotten this poor man fired. Eventually we discover that there was a small but huge mistake made.

*Crown*Plot/Story: The story, about an employee at a printing company who was called to the carpet for a misprint. Even though it was only one letter, that letter would cause a great stir among the community, not to mention the owner of the business for which the mistake was made.

*Crown*Characterization: I could so see the characters in this story. Especially Steve, the CEO. With instances like this one it's understandable why his blood pressure was through the roof. Unfortunately, I could also picture Larry, who made the mistake, too. I was able to see the two in Steve's office having this somewhat loud conversation.

*Crown*What I Liked: I liked the humor of the story. Even though there was a serious issue going down.

*Crown*Parting Comments: This was creative and funny. I really enjoyed it. Great job!



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Review of Down At The Local  
Review by ~QPdoll
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Rated: 18+ | (4.5)
Hi, Elle

This is a House Stark Battle review of "Down At The Local for "Game of Thrones.


*Crown*First thoughts: Oh this story gave me shivers. What a close call and an interesting ending to a somewhat creepy story. (A good creepy.)

*Crown*Plot/Story: The main character was waiting to meet the person who had sent him a threatening message regarding his life. Unfortunately, that person didn't show up at the pub. He had already waited for an hour and was just about to leave when someone brought news of a fire—a fire on the street where he lived. The story flowed nicely and didn't raise any questions.

*Crown*Characterization: I wish we could have learned a little more about the main character. However, we do know that he was a brave soul—brave enough to face the person who threatened him.

*Crown*What I Liked: I liked the little twist of the story. The person who threatened him didn't actually want to meet him, but to remove him from his home. And in actuality it turned out that it saved his life.

*Crown*Parting Comments: I really enjoyed your story. Great job!



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Review by ~QPdoll
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Rated: 13+ | (4.0)
Hi, Walkinbird

This is a House Stark Battle review of "What Greets You in the Dark Eats Light for "Game of Thrones.


*Crown*First thoughts:At first I thought this was going to turn out to be all a bad dream. Then it became real!

*Crown*Plot/Story: This is a creepy story. But a good kind of creepy. *Smile* It's a children's nightmare story where the monster under the bed is real. It takes their son coming into their bed for them to realize just how real the monster was. Not long afterwards they are running for their lives.

*Crown*Characterization: There is a father, mother, child, and monster. All were believable except, of course, the monster. I could see the little boy coming into his parents' bed. The three of them had some conversation which also gave a little insight to them all. I was glad to see the mother wake up, too.

*Crown*What I Liked: You did a good job with descriptions. I like how you brought the story from one of a strange bad dream to a real nightmare.

*Crown*Parting Comments: At the beginning you state that Ben's eyes were open but then said, "Still dark outside." Fully, suddenly, Ben clicked one eyelid open.{/i} I think there should be something in the story to show that he closed his eyes again or remove one of the two statements of his eyes being open.

This was creative. I enjoyed it. Great job!



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Review by ~QPdoll
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Rated: E | (4.5)
Hi, 🛸 Sum1 🗿

This is a House Stark Battle review of "A Christmas To Remember for "Game of Thrones.


*Crown*First thoughts: What a lovely, heartwarming Christmas story. I never expected to read that Lisa would eventually have a child.

*Crown*Plot/Story: This story is about a woman who has had a lot of bad news happen in a short period of time but ends on a happy note. First, she discovers that she cannot have children, then her husband is diagnosed with cancer. One day she meets a nice man and discusses her problems. I found the story easy to follow but with a somewhat unexpected ending.

*Crown*Characterization: Your characters were believable and I enjoyed meeting them. I felt for Lisa as I have had my own issues with bearing children. Her husband, Mark, seemed a little surprising only because he had such a positive attitude, under the circumstances. I could totally picture Christopher. Could it be because I could see Santa Claus?

*Crown*What I Liked: I liked that Lisa was able to finally talk with someone who cared. Was it by accident? I guess that's left up to the reader.

*Crown*Parting Comments: I really enjoyed reading this story. The one suggestion I'd like to make to maybe find another way to say, "if you ask me". It's stated a lot throughout the story.



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Review by ~QPdoll
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Rated: 13+ | (4.5)
Hi, Ben Langhinrichs

This is a House Stark Battle review of "Watch Where You Winkle for "Game of Thrones.


*Crown*First thoughts: I found the story good for a giggle with a twisted ending that is pretty funny. I think it's a lively story.

*Crown*Plot/Story: This story is about a young boy who is carelessly throwing periwinkles back into the water. His sister isn't happy about it and tells him so. He doesn't listen and continues, only to find himself being thrown back onto the beach when he and his dad go for a swim.

*Crown*Characterization: The characters were believable. I could picture Sam, Becky and their mother, especially when she tells Becky that her friend Catherine's dad can let her swim sooner than an hour. She sounds like me. Ha! I couldn't really picture the dad, but maybe it's because he was only in the story at the end.

*Crown*What I Liked: I loved the unexpected twist you put on this story at the end. I liked that Sam got a little taste of his own actions. Very nice.

*Crown*Parting Comments: This was creative and funny. I really enjoyed it. Great job!



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Review of The Kiss  
Review by ~QPdoll
In affiliation with The Rockin' Reviewers  
Rated: 18+ | (4.5)
Hi, Amay

This is a House Stark Battle review of "The Kiss for "Game of Thrones.


*Crown*First thoughts: This story kind of reminded me of the ending of The Notebook, except that Ron didn't have Alzheimer's Disease.


*Crown*Plot/Story: This story is about a couple truly in love. They had been together for forty-five years and still their love held true. Unfortunately, cancer took away the man Amy had known and left a skeleton in his place. But the story doesn't end with just his death.


*Crown*Characterization: I enjoyed the two main characters, Amy and Ron. They were a lovely husband and wife. They were believable and I fell in love with them. I wanted to know about their life together.


*Crown*What I Liked: I liked that they were able to be together that last night, just the way Ron wanted them to be. I liked that they loved each other so much that death could not part them.

*Crown*Parting Comments: This was a happy but sad story that made me remember that life is too short. We need to love fully and relentlessly. I really enjoyed it. Great job!



Lady QPdoll, House Stark

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Rated: E | (4.5)
Hi, Eiji ,

This is a House Stark Battle review of "Her Comforting Beauty for "Game of Thrones.


*Crown*First Impression This is a delightful poem about Autumn. It's my favorite time of year and your lovely description paints a wonderful picture.


*Crown*What I like I like the first stanza as it describes the beginning of Autumn. I also liked the different font colors and sizes you used for each stanza. It kind of started off slow and steady, like fall usually does. Then is grew and grew until it reached maximum capacity.


*Crown*Mood It made me feel like I needed to slow down and take a look around my environment; to actually see the trees. Currently it's summer where I'm at but when I read your poem I was able to "feel" the knowledge that it would be getting gloomier and colder soon.


*Crown*Rhythm I love rhyming poems and this certainly fit my tastes. I must confess...I had to look up the word gild. I had no clue what it meant. Now I do.


*Crown*Imagery You were able to describe the beginning of Autumn as well as the middle and end, and you described it well.


*Crown*Summary I don't know a lot about poetry. I did learn a little from a class I once took, but not enough to know the meter or measure of this poem. All I can tell you is that I enjoyed reading it and felt like I was outside in the fall. Awesome job!


Lady QPdoll, House Stark

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Rated: 13+ | (4.5)
Hi, Mrs. Whatsit

This is a House Stark Battle review of "Widow McAllister's find for "Game of Thrones.


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First thoughts: I wondered what I would reflect on when I am in a nursing home. Ha! I enjoyed the story but was sad about the death of Soupy.

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Plot/Story: This story was based around finding an ancient golden sword. It was a legend but these boys discovered it's truth at one of the boy's expense. The story was gripping and I couldn't wait to read about what happened next. I was surprised when Soupy actually died and was intrigued when his body was never found.

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Characterization: Each of the characters were believable. Although we didn't have physical descriptions, I was able to picture them as young mischievous boys. I was also able to picture the old man in the nursing home. You were able to describe all of the boys and Mrs. McAllister very well. I pictured Mrs. McAllister as a witch-looking woman sitting stringing beads together.

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What I Liked: I liked that Soupy, in death, was able to convince the boys to go back and continue to dig for the sword. It was a great ending.

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Parting Comments: This was a fun story. I really enjoyed it. Great job!



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