Riley Maleau

My Writings

  • Baptism
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    Baptism

    *Incomplete* Mary Kay Ellis caused a stir in the small town of Belcrest, Nebraska almost a decade ago, and has now reappeared in the l…

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  • Windowcat
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    Window Cat

    Complete story - working edits, constructive criticism welcome! Marya is an old-fashioned woman, despite the fact that she's only t…

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Lainnavi

4 months ago SardonicDoll said:

Hello Riley! I read one of your reviews on another story and it seems you go in depth to a point that I appreciated. If you'd be interested in a swap of any sort, that would be fantastic!

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4 months ago houli said:

It would be awesome if you could give me some feedback on Ghost! Feel free to read as much as you like since my piece is longer than yours. Thanks a lot!

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4 months ago Audie White said:

Hi! Care to swap? If so, I could use some feedback on my story, "Heartbreak Hotel". If you're interested, just let me know what you'd like me to read.

Heifer

4 months ago Erin Rae said:

Hi! I was wondering if you would be interested in a swap? I would love your feedback on "Think of Home" and will gladly review any of your pieces of work.

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4 months ago Katherine Brown said:

do i just need to put my email here or which do you think would be best?

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My Reviews

Think Of Home

(4 months ago)

“Think of Home” by Erin. This is for our swap! Feel free to read either of my pieces in return. Chapter One: * Good job jumping ... Read More »

Hellish Fun

(4 months ago)

“Hellish Fun” by Tasha Thank You: * Go ahead and put this in the description - let the story stand alone. Prologue: * Warn... Read More »