Madeleine Fraizer

My Writings

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    Into the Woods

    Anderson lives in the woods, quiet, kept, and alone. Just the way he likes it.

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    Garden of Eden

    Beautiful is the trees, the sunset, the stars. Beautiful are his eyes, his voice, his mind.

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    Silver Lining

    A short poem I wrote the day I got braces. People weren't exactly nice about it. The braces on me embrace your pride.

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    Hate to Love

    A quick poem I wrote while thinking about boys and the limits of their loyalty.

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    April Showers

    A short story I wrote for SUPER creative writing club at school. I tried to be as creative as I could so here it is, The life of a rai…

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    Petal by Petal

    A murder mystery that remains unsolved for exactly two hundred years in an old abandoned house. Until someone moves in.

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Talk to me!


almost 3 years ago Pt. Oscar Reid said:

Salut Madeleine! J'ai remarqué que vous n'avez pas été ici pour un peut de temps! Parlez-vous français? Non? Ahh well either way, I haven't heard from you in quite a while and I was wondering if I could get your opinion on a story that I'm working on? It isn't finished yet, far from it, but I'm trying out a slightly different style than I'm accustomed to and was hoping for some outside-perspective! I think it's a little more up your alley than my other stories (closer aligned with romance-ey stuff) So please, when you get a chance, let me know what you think! I just have it titled as: "W.I.P." for now until I get further on it. Thanks! :)


almost 3 years ago FromTheStars said:

Hmm yeah that's what I thought dear.


almost 3 years ago Erika Tappy said:

Well, the best way to gain followers is basically getting yourself known in the Figment community. As far as I can say, there are mainly three methods to achieve that.

1. Swap with people. A LOT. Get people to read your books and review it, which will help you grow as a writer as well. And if they liked it and want to read more, they're bound to follow you to keep in track with the updates. The Self Promotion forum is the best place to look for available swappers, or you can always visit people's wall instead.

2. Cover designing. Now this isn't everyone's cup of tea but it's also a great method to gain more followers. Start up a shop in the Cover Studio forum or a group, and offer your services. A lot of people that can't design on their own will definitely think about requesting from you. Then you can simply offer the payment as a follow and voila, you'll have more followers soon!

3. And the last method is chatting with people in the Gen/Ran forum. Like the title itself states, people just have random conversations there and get to know each other. If you're active in the forum, you'll find yourself making new friends, that will eventually follow you as well.

That's all I can think of. Hope this was helpful and thanks for the follow as well! :)


almost 3 years ago Becka Marie said:

Hey, just want to tell Everyone, and anyone that I'm doing free reads(and reviews!) for the holidays! Please READ THIS FORUM before you post your story in this forum:


almost 3 years ago Stefan Zappia said:

Hello there, you marvelous person/animal/ancient deity. I was wondering if you would like to take part in a writing swap. If so, read my short story in progress “Howard Phillips and the Nightmare Crown” and tell me what you think. In return I’ll read any writing of yours that you’d wish me to read and submit due feedback. I will make sure I get to your piece and I apologize ahead of time if I take a little while to get back to you, but I assure you your work will be read. Tata now :>

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Poem: Abandoned

(about 3 years ago)

The symbolism of this story is powerful. It really relates to a lot of people. I love how she decides to take the ledge instead of fall t... Read More »

Deomontus's Rule

(about 3 years ago)

Deomontus produces a dark character's setting which enlighten's the reader's focus on 'dark' people. Read More »