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*Cover produced by the marvellous (and talented, or so she tells me) Tara Poppleford*
The last thought process of a man condemned by his own mind.
almost 5 years ago Ashley McGee said:
An awesome story. Do not we all sometimes feel that the world--even nature itself--conspires against us in an all out attempt to see which one of us falls under the wheels first?
My only comment is this. In the line "Too many maybe's, what-if's and perhap's."
Apostrophes are for noun possessives, not adjectives. Adjectives can be made into nouns, but these are still not possessive of anything. The plural "s" is what you're looking for. So the line would read "maybes, what-ifs, and perhapses." Yes, "perhaps" ends up spelled wrong, but the rule has already been broken.
Good story though. Great read.
almost 5 years ago Ninja Nourie said:
about 5 years ago Lieder Madchen said:
Wow, that was so good and so sad. You did a wonderful job with the emotions and it felt very realistic, which just made it more powerful.
about 5 years ago cassidy crickenberger said:
this was really really good. im so sorry it took me so long to finish this swap i kept getting distracted by the sun light out side... so pretty... any way sorry it took so long. this had great description and a great story line.
about 5 years ago h.f. said:
This was absolutely superb. It was haunting and spooky but skillfully written at the same time, and I thoroughly loved reading it.
Your word choice in this was impeccable, and the descriptions were great. They painted a picture in my head; I felt like I was standing there, watching this man end his life. And how you described him dying... Spectacular, every little bit of it.
Some small spelling errors I happened to notice:
1. “The man’s matte black hair, the artificial result of a hairdresser’s $80 invoice…”
Did you mean “matted black hair”?
2. (Note, this is in the same sentence as the first error):
“…yielding his face in the torrential dowpour that the man had not the foresight to predict.”
You spelled “downpour” wrong.
So, yeah. That’s pretty much it for spelling errors. Note, they were both in the second paragraph.
Overall, this was absolutely fantastic. A phenomenal piece of writing--you're definitely very talented. Excellent job with this. :)
about 5 years ago J. B. Steckler said:
As soon as I began, I noticed your word choice.
You describe each action and image with outstanding detail and clearly define your characters.
A good and spooky story, well done.