Love Letters

Love Letters

2 chapters / 263 words

Approximately 1 minute to read


For now, at least, you're a secret. Tucked away safe inside me.

What a thought.

*Love Letters was featured on the homepage May 26th 2013, so thank you very much Keayva Mitchell! And credit for the cover goes to the lovely Neta, or "Hoody" as she's known on here. *


Writing, Memoir, Drama
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about 4 years ago Ella Wolfe said:

Wow. This piece is very, very emotional, and beautiful. At the beginning, I wasn't sure I was going to like it, but as I read on, I found myself growing more and more attached to your characters. And of course I had to see what happened, so I read the entire thing. However, I never, never expected your twist in the story. At all. You can bet I cried when Jessica... left. You portray all the emotions perfectly, and I completely understood where your main character was coming from. I felt her pain, her happiness, her regret. Adding an entry from Jessica was a nice touch, too. There are so many things I love about this story, you kept me reading and hopeful for what was going to happen next. Your language is perfect. Your grammar and spelling are perfect. Your words flow wonderfully, and your ending was, by far, perfect. As I already said above, this is a beautiful, emotional, and touching piece. Thanks for letting me read it, I thoroughly enjoyed it :)


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about 4 years ago Stephanie Lorraine H. said:

This piece was very conversational. How you paused in every sentence felt very natural and realistic. It flowed as if telling a story. When I was reading it, I could hear it. That can be difficult to accomplish. Because the chapters were written like letters, it felt much like talking. By the end, the reader has gotten to know the characters and connected with the story's outsome. You've written a very believable scenario. I especially like that it wasn't over-descriptive. You've spent more time developing each character's interior, rather than their exteriors. I think this is really important because in real life we are constantly looking further than just the physical features that define a person. We almost look past that with each encounter and focus on what the person has done or said. I think you've done that. I think when you really know someone, the way they look often becomes a forgotten familiarity.... I was hoping for one chapter to be maybe just a sentence long, to show a shift in emotion, some kind of climax or realization that was memorable. But, it was really great. Each letter introduced something new to the reader.