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over 3 years ago Classy-Queen said:

Helloooo :] I've been off the radar for a while now and I'm just trying to give my page some recognition again. The reason I stopped by your page is because I wanted to know if you would be interested in reading my newest piece "LEARN TO DANCE IN THE RAIN" If you want, we can turn it into a swap, just let me know. Thank you and have a great day ! :D

P.S PLEASE, don't give me just a heart. I'm looking for honest feedback through a comment or a review. With that being said, feel free to express yourself and explore my works. :)


over 3 years ago Patrick Turner said:

Hey! I need free reads! I’ve been really busy lately, but I still need reads for my new book, Coma. So far no one has said anything explicitly bad, so if you can… Check it out! -Patrick Turner

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over 3 years ago J Toro said:

Care for a swap + feedback? You can try "Maternophobia" and "Maternophilia" on my page, they are 10 and 5 mins respectively - yours?


over 4 years ago Lucy Stone said:

Hey, would you mind giving me a free read on "An Open Window"? It's only five minutes long! I'll swap with you if you absolutely can not do a free read, but it would be a huge favor if you would just read it. Thanks! **SWAPS ONLY VALID UNTIL TUESDAY AT MIDNIGHT**


over 4 years ago Lauren Owens said:

Hey wanna swap? I would really appreciate if you heart my story For the Love of Books, i have a goal of 200 :) Thanks just let me know what you want in return!

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My Reviews

Journey to the Center of the Internet

(almost 7 years ago)

This was a great read; very entertaining and relateable. If I were to critique something, albeit difficult, it would be the late introd... Read More »

Hoodie Sweater Weather

(about 7 years ago)

Excellent writing. Your poetry has such impressive rhythym to it. The line "Sweating through your sweatshop sweater" is going to stay in ... Read More »