Everlasting Tomorrow

Everlasting Tomorrow

5 chapters / 989 words

Approximately 5 minutes to read

Description:

*NOT COMPLETE* Aubrey Greene was just an average teenage girl. Until one day she goes into a bookstore and discovers something about herself that is both amazing and frightening. A fate that she never dreamed possible. Will she be able to save the world she was destined to rule, or will everything and everyone she loves be lost?
Co-written by Danielle Sullivan.

Genres:

Writing, Novel

Comments(14)

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over 2 years ago Girl In Black said:

simple but beautiful writing style. keep up the good work!

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over 2 years ago Julia Tannenbaum said:

Spectacular. You are an amazing writer, there's no doubt you will go far with your work. As part of our swap, could you check out/comment on Runaway for me. Thanks in advance and keep up the great work.

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over 2 years ago L.J Stephan said:

I. Love. This.

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over 2 years ago Rachal Wright said:

This is so good! I loved how you put the meaning of all of the names in the beginning. I can see where this is going, I think. The prologue drew me in and kept me wanting to read. You made your main character, Aubrey, likable and easy to relate with. I have yet to finish what you have written, but I will when I get more time.

Reviews(15)

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over 2 years ago ForestWalker said:

I found a few grammar and spelling errors(nothing that can't be easily fixed :) but overall I think you have done a pretty darn good job with this. Your writing style is excellent, and I like the sentence structure. I must admit, I was a little doubtful when I first looked at it, but you managed to wipe that doubt away within seconds.

And now I'm left with a million questions buzzing in my mind...

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over 2 years ago Lilly! said:

I think you did a pretty good job, but I think in some places you added too much detail, and in others not enough. You didn't have to add the part about her looking over at her friend Roni to see how she was doing. I'm pretty sure everyone glances at their friends in class just because. Then in the first paragraph of Chapter one I don't understand what you mean by I'm pretty sure everyone in the room is. What are they doing? What are they thinking. How does Jessica know she was the one who threw the piece of paper? I only read the first chapter and the prologue so maybe that's why I'm confused but good job anyway! Please don't get offended I was just trying to help you.