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Recent Comments for Peaceful

LOVE dragons
An interesting approach writing from a dragon's point of view. Try working the sentences a little more so it is a little less stream of thought, to keep the reader actually reading.
4th Dec 2013 10:04am
Fresh and alive
A new dragon hatches from its egg, written in a fresh and vibrant way. Good work Franz. Everyone that i know loves mythical dragons and i look forward to more!
2nd Dec 2013 5:20pm
Nothing is perfect
This has the framework laid for a good story. Next step would be to give it a good grammar/punctuation/spell-check work-over. Then, look at your phrasing and pace. It had a very monotone voice that was rather flat. I have learnt the hard way, it is not enough to just have a good story, your have to learn skills to communicate it in a way people want to read it. "We are all apprentices in a craft where no one ever becomes a master" ~ Ernest Hemmingway :) Do not be discouraged, work on it. Strive for excellence.
22nd Nov 2013 9:31pm
dissatisfaction
Karen... the only dissatisfaction that I get pondering on my analogy... is that other people are too busy to notice and our world suffers for it. I have to keep trying to look at the cup half full instead.
12th Nov 2013 9:28pm
Transient?
Or everlasting in its uniqueness? The analogy can give us peace or dissatisfaction.
12th Nov 2013 5:16pm
yes!
and nicely wrapped up it is too!
11th Nov 2013 12:01pm
Completed...
Thank you very much for reading... I didn't notice that the work was unfinished. I completed it on page two!
11th Nov 2013 11:26am
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Thank you very much for reading... I didn't notice that the work was unfinished. I completed it on page two!
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