Weeping Willow (Part One)

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Chloe Dennis always felt awkward in her own skin. Being teased at school has always left her feeling alone.... Until, she dreamed of another world.... Until, she dreamed of a handsome stranger. Chloe is about to discover who she really is and what is worth fighting for. (YA SHORT STORY) More
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Price: Free! USD
Words: 12,600
Language: English
ISBN: 9781458162403
About Sandra Madera

Sandra Madera currently resides in New York and is a recent college grad, obtaining her bachelor's degree in science. However, her true passion has always been reading and writing. She has been writing short stories since she was a child. She recently published her first full-length YA novel entitled Restraint and, its sequel, Lament. She also wrote the follow up novel to a fan favorite Weeping Willow entitled Wicked Magic: A Weeping Willow Novel. She is currently working on her next novel. For free YA short story downloads and for information on upcoming novels visit www.sandramadera.com and http://sandra-madera.blogspot.com.


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Review by: Jeff Ober on Aug. 23, 2011 :
A very nice story. It took me a little bit to get into the characters and the movement of the narration from one to another, but the story behind it was worth waiting for!
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Review by: Devin Rai on Aug. 04, 2011 :
Easy to fall in love with the characters and become entranced by the back story. I am eager to finish the rest!
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Review by: Esha Dhawan on April 07, 2011 : (no rating)
its a very entertaining story!! i actually fell in luv with the characters of willow & nalin....overall dis is a short story worth reading:)
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Review by: Catherine Fitzsimmons on March 30, 2011 :
Overall, perhaps a promising story.

I have to admit, when I started reading this story, I didn't expect much. The plot and characters were typical, the narrative voice was very passive, and it is in bad need of proofreading - most notable was consistent misspelling of the word "awe." I also admit I don't see the necessity of breaking such a short story into two parts.

As I got nearer the end and the background of the story revealed itself, however, it began to sound like it could be interesting. A different approach might have suited this story better, or perhaps fleshing it out into a longer work. I'm not really compelled to read the second part of the story - again, a failing more of format than necessarily of writing - but it's possible it could have an interesting ending. I wish the author all the best in her writing, though I might suggest considering a switch to third person POV.
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Review by: nisha gupta on March 03, 2011 :
Hypnotic story
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