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Recent Comments for Fiction - Ot

Grim sentence
A grim sentence from a jealous boyfriend, written with words torn out of the pages of life.
12th Dec 2013 8:37pm
cheers matey's
cheers for the advise Tryynity, I guess I meant the first to be the only one to have the author in it and those after to be just the voice/memories of Mcwho. Will play with it though, see if alittle intro by the author might help. <br>cheers for the comments derek
5th Dec 2013 12:36am
#10693 Jordan
My humble, thanks.
My humble thank you. I hope someday I can do more justice to both Jordan and Eb. Maybe even Evan and Justin which were all self-assigned exercises but now I get to live with all of them and perhaps I will get to know them all better and create them more intimately.
4th Dec 2013 5:36pm
Plight of the Homeless
Revision needed, I really wanted to read this but found it very hard to relate to being Australian. So I would suggest a re-write being always conscious of whom you are addressing. Give more information to your reader rather than just having a rant about how difficult it is. The mood of this writing is definitely angry, not a criticism, this is a valid topic and one I would have like to know more about. I am most likely never going to experience this, living in Australia. Thank you for sharing.
4th Dec 2013 10:15am
#10690 Jordan
A pleasant read
This has the potential to be a pleasant story about a subject that for some could be difficult to write about. Nice job.
4th Dec 2013 9:56am
Eye opener to the Homeless
Authentically written, gives us a new insight into the daily drudge of the homeless.
3rd Dec 2013 7:20am
#10685 Jordan
Nice to see the newly expanded story!
Warming and well-told.
2nd Dec 2013 9:56pm
#10681 Jordan
Innovative with a gay theme
Yes, Jordan has his summer of 42! If only I wrote that well, and could treat the subject matter with the proper delicacy - or not as it may be.
1st Dec 2013 1:19am

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