1 chapter / 975 words

Approximately 5 minutes to read


My backwards contest entry.
The story of Puccha, Reynard and the life they share in the woods of Kent.



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over 6 years ago Tom "JellyBean Sjöden" Stack said:

This is amazing! I love your imagery and it flows very well. You are an excellent writer and I hope you win.


over 6 years ago Angela C said:

Really unique! I love how most of your writings about about stuff other people don't usually write about! Great job! :)


over 6 years ago Rebecca Lechar said:

i love how u used two animals. its really cute. the way you make the story unfold through memories makes the backtracking make sense. my only issue is that at the beginning i thought they were bears cus i couldn't figure out what they were. otherwise, amazing job!!!!!! :)



over 6 years ago Miss Christina Lin said:

This is beyond creative. It's genius! While most entries are about love between humans, I love how you took the ingenious approach of love between animals. The whole concept—everything from the names to the flow of the flashbacks—is extremely imaginative. Your descriptions were very clear and the narrator’s voice was strong without being intrusive or overbearing.

I only noticed two grammar mistakes (both at the end): “…had not been aimed at him but at had…” some words are missing here, I won’t attempt to add them in since I’m not sure exactly what you wanted; “…so quick m[a]y I add…”

Other than those two small mistakes, this is practically perfect. Keep up the INGENIOUS work! ♥:)♥