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For the July Challenge. I may eventually turn this into something longer (it's only a little over half the 750 word limit) but for now I'm leaving it how it is. And I'm shrugging noncommittally.
about 1 year ago Elijah Buchan said:
I was able to be thrown into a small section of what feels like a much larger story. Captivating and intriguing. Wish there was more. Good job!
about 2 years ago riley mei said:
Omigosh this is so amazing(:
over 2 years ago Just Passing By said:
wow, it's amazing that you managed to give us a clear understanding of the protagonist, antagonist, and villain in such a short piece! A simple story that is quite creative. congrats on winning the contest!
over 2 years ago Donna Peterson said:
Intrigued and makes me want to read more and more,but at the end I an left a bit annoyed. What is HE??
over 1 year ago Kimberly Tenneson said:
I think what I like best in the non-specific nature of it. It could be literal, or metaphor or supernatural, or ethereal - it's amazing. And it can easily stand alone, or be picked up as story or novella.
The Silver Swan kidnaps the reader and forces them into the shoes of 'the runner', and before you realize why or how - you're running too. Nicely done!
about 2 years ago Grace Adamson said:
I thought it was very well-written and full of detail. I felt like I was inside the story. Keep up the good work!