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Writer, poet, wife and mother. Do you like odd tales that come from somewhere off center? Fantasy is my field and telling the tales of the odd my game. Come on over and try one out. You never know where my mind will take you. Open yours and let me in.
on Dec. 09, 2013 :
I loved this story, it is intriguing. At first you think it is just a bar story with a handsome somewhat sleazy guy trolling for women, but it is oh so much more. There are twists and turns that make you go “Oh no”.
I do not want to give anything away, so I will just say, do yourself a favor and you will be hooked and looking forward to the next episode.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Fred L. Taulbee Jr.
on Dec. 08, 2013 :
I love a vampire story and I love a good bar, but I couldn’t even finish this story. Besides the fragments allowable in fiction and called style, and the lack of a comma before a coordinating conjunction--understandable in print medium where ink is money--the author misspelled Jameson at least twice and described it as amber, when it is more of a yellow. This means the author didn’t even take the time to look up how to spell it. That’s five seconds she could’ve put into this story to make it better. And then came an obvious “feed” instead of “fed.” Then, I looked back at the author’s description of the story--mistakes there too, a missing letter. This wouldn’t be such a harsh review if the story were free, but it’s for sale. And if this is the quality of writing my fellow writers wish to put up here, then something needs to be done about it. There are many steps in the writing process, and revise is at least three steps--revise, revise, revise. I’m in a quandary here. I want people to come to Smashwords and find quality writing, and I know I am probably going to get angry retaliative reviews, but this is a rough draft for sale. Make it free or revise it.
(reviewed long after purchase)