King of the Purple-Blooded Dewberries

King of the Purple-Blooded Dewberries

1 chapter / 940 words

Approximately 5 minutes to read


When Edgar 'Eddie' Sharp meets Harriet 'Harry' Maclay, he takes on a new identity.
This is my response to the daily theme from June 4th:
Create a fictional character with a fictional title. Is it Alex Gray, Oversharer? Matilda Scarp, Doctor of Never Drinking the Last of the Orange Juice? Write a short bio for your titled character.
Critique very welcome (be brutal!)
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over 3 years ago Whispers said:

I'm not sure what about this drew me in... but it did! it was very well written and I loved it!


over 3 years ago Hazel Gatoya said:

WHAT CRITIQUE?! I know you said that they were welcome, but this amazing story doesn't need one...

William asked me to read this, and I'm glad that I listened. Very well done.


over 3 years ago Tyanna J Snider said:

William(the person below me) Told me to read it and he's right this was fantastic and I love love love your characters!


over 3 years ago William Carter said:

That was amazing! :D



over 3 years ago Fledgling [Hiatus] said:

I was recommended here by William Carter... Not sure if that needs to be said, but hey, it's already up here, so I'm going to leave it/ :)

I loved this! So cute and sweet and just absolutely PERFECT. My only complaint (Not much of one, because I assume you were under a word limit) is that it was a tiny bit rushed, but not much. I would love to see you expand this!

I will definitely recommend this to other people. AWESOME AMAZING GREAT SUPERB EXCELLENT FABULOUS EXEMPLARY job on this! Keep writing! :D

My blue eye

over 3 years ago Behind Sapphire Eyes said:

William Carter, the Seeker of Amazing Stories is what brought me here (and yes I just gave him a random title).

Now, now onto the marvelous work, which you've crafted, my dear! Well, this was by far one of the best stories I've read on this site (and I've read quite a lot, mind you).

Though, I do believe I spied a few grammar issues here and there, but not enough to sour the brilliance of your work.

Your characters, Eddie and Harry were quite likable and I loved them. On another note, your imagery is beautiful and your premise is brilliantly simple.

Overall, William Carter, the Seeker of Amazing Stories sought out an amazing story, which I loved!

So, in closing I'd like to say never giving up and keep on writing, Kat Cotton, Queen of Literacy! Why? Because you're like that of a star and I just want to bask in your glow!