Laura Aliria

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    The Reincarnate of an ancient goddess is chosen, but just as she begins to settle into her new life as a deity on earth, she learns th…

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over 4 years ago Kylie Marie said:

Hey! Would you mind checking out 'Paper Hearts.' It's my Summer Contest entry. If there is anything you would like me to read in return let me know.


almost 5 years ago IzzyFizzy said:

I have done something very, very bad. I have entered a heart-contest. Now, before you start reprimanding me for sacrificing the next few weeks of my life to a swap, let me explain myself.

I didn't want to. I promised myself that after the TimeRider contest, that was it. But then I saw this prompt. And then came the idea. The terrible, awful, wonderful idea. And here I am, on my knees begging you.

It will only take four minutes of your life, and I in return offer you up to ten minutes of my own. Read my piece 'Foreign Matters' and I will read what you wish me to. Only say the word and it shall be done.


almost 5 years ago Huang Zi said:

Hello. I saw that you want detailed, comprenhensive reviews. I want the same for my story, would you like to swap?

My story is called Nata.




almost 5 years ago Madeline Nixon said:

Hi, would you like to swap? If so please read Immortal Love and please heart only if you think it deserves it. I always return my swaps.


about 5 years ago Kayy said:

Hi! I just wrote a story called Anonymous for the Seventeen Magazine contest and i'm looking for some constructive criticism. I'd love it if you could check it out. I'm willing to swap if you'd like. Thank you! :]

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Animal Identity

(about 5 years ago)

I feel like there were too many characters in the beginning, with very little back story to each. I have about 40 characters in my first... Read More »

You Said Together Forever

(about 5 years ago)

Sorry, but what I mean by my last review was like...don't spell it out for the reader, or tell the reader that your character is feeling ... Read More »