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Since I got so much great feedback, I thought I'd post something else from my summer journal. Please review! This goes out to you Aurora, thanks.
I heard about the site through a friend. I'm REALLY looking for some feedback for my writing. Thanks.
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2am (Short Stories) This is my first contribution to the site. It's an excerpt from a journal I kept over the summer. Please review, I'm looking for feedback. [3,361 words] [Comedy]
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Jinx (Short Stories) Another entry from my summer journal, thanks to all who have responded. Please keep reviewing! [9,058 words] [Comedy]
Just Like Old Times...(Plus Madison) (Novels) This is the last of my Senior Week stories that I am going to publish on this site. The ones coming are too personal to post here. Thanks to all who have repsonded in the past, though this one is so b... [12,561 words] [Comedy]
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"i think Aurora is wonderful!! though i do wonder if she is as perfect as you say. there was a very interesting plot line and seemingly true to life love and friendships!! keep it coming i can't wait for more. these characters i can completely relate to. " -- Aurora, macon, ga.
"Hey Mac, another good story this one better than the first. But you treated Randy like sh*t man. If he is your friend he deserves better than that. All in all good story. This Aurora girl sounds really cool, probaly one in a millinon" -- John E. Thomson, Daytona Beach, FL, United States.
"Mac, good peice of writing. Seems like you know your subject well. Everyone should have friends like that. I know i got a few. Beautiful in more ways then one. Whats next in this story line? I wonder. I am excited about reading more on these characters. If only to meet this Aurora... P.S. give Randy some more respect than that" -- Ryan Babcock, Baltimore, MD, United States.
"Although the focus of this story is different than your other piece, it seems a bit more down to earth. Perhaps Aurora is a goddess, perhaps she is only a normal person living a normal life. She interacts with everyone well, and that is the way it should be. She should be an example for all to follow. Keep it real, and who knows, maybe another Aurora will appear." -- Booby J.
"mac, another great piece...i loved your description of aurora, well deserved i'm sure-your very own b.s. interpreter. you're very lucky. you have a great way of writing human reactions. keep at it. " -- jess, md.
"Very good writing! Its honest and to the point, which I like. It really has that "daydreaming/relfecting back" quality that makes journal writing so important and interesting. " -- RayeBear, Michigan.
"I like it... by the way I love the quote from "FNT" you know i dig that song...I think every guy needs an Aurora in their life..dont you?" -- Flashdance, Westminster, MD, USA.
"Mack I love your character development i find myself constantly on the edge of my seat waiting for the next tidbit about randy especially...cant wait for the next installment" -- Jo-Jo Baboon, MD.
"I can really identify with a lot of the themes that get brought up within this story: band practices, friendships with awkwardness. However, the readability (if that's a real word) is what hooked me into the narrative account. The humor is crucial, especially all the dope allusions (a personal favorite conversation stimulator) in reference to Hugh Hefner's age and an amazingly awesome song, "Enjoy the Silence," by Depeche Mode. I could say that "all I ever wanted, all I ever needed is here" in this story. I COULD say that, but I won't. That is cheese-disease. I'll just leave it as "I thoroughly enjoyed reading this piece." That could be right." -- Dave Concern, Baltimore, MD, USA.
"I think that the man in this story was really good at helping the people out of the twin towers when it collapsed! He was really brave...oh and the lady who lost her arm...that was well explained in great details!!! Great story........i wish i lived in the twin towers! Keep up the sick jokes!!!" -- D.A.lO.
"jonny" -- jonny, jonny, jonny, jonny.
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