HappyPills, The Reader
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Recent PostsGreat Return, I guess on 12/2/2017 9:51:17 PM
I do believe that I am done.You may delete the originals.
Draw My Attention (Toxic Creativity) on 11/27/2017 11:10:27 PM
That's very odd. I can still access it. I'm assuming that you are able to, yes?
Draw My Attention (Toxic Creativity) on 11/27/2017 12:21:24 AM
Story: Don't Forget
"A few things surprised me in the story.
With all of the people contributing to this story, I was thinking it would be a scrambled mess of a story and I was right. It went from talking about rocks to soggy waffles, which was a little confusing. Though I did enjoy the story, it felt a little rushed in the en, like you couldn't think of a good way to end it, so you made some confusing ending that had nothing to do with the original story.
The one thing I didn't expect was spelling/grammar mistakes. There were quite a few, which I thought was weird, but they didn't hurt the story much.
Overall, the story was nice, but felt a little like it was stolen or something, but it was still worth every cent."
I hope this will suffice.
Preview for Welcome to Reality on 10/13/2017 6:10:26 PM
Bringing this post back up to the top to (hopefully) catch someone's attention.
I am currently writing a summary of this story so far, and I was wondering if people would like a summary or if I should just keep the whole thing to myself (and any co-authors) to keep from spoiling the story, if it is worth not spoiling.
Feedback would be nice.
Grammar in Story Types on 8/1/2017 5:43:53 PM
I was just providing an example.
Grammar in Story Types on 7/31/2017 3:42:30 PM
I was taking a look at Crescentstar's "Three Hundred Thousand Tears" when I noticed that it said that it was "A Edutainment by Crescentstar"
It should say "An Edutainment by Crescentstar"
I also think that might happen elsewhere, but I haven't found anymore anywhere else.
Preview for Welcome to Reality on 7/22/2017 12:40:31 AM
Thank you, you're feedback is actually greatly appreciated.
Also, if this clears anything up, you get to choose which teen you control on the page following the first one. This is mainly just to grab your attention. The rest is to explain what the first page was saying to the reader, you just find out from each of the different teen's perspectives.
Preview for Welcome to Reality on 7/21/2017 7:56:59 PM
The bitter winter winds blew hard and fast. The forest was dark, the only thing that lit the path of six teens trudging through the packed snow were a couple flashlights and the full moon above them.
"I need someone to remind me why the hell we're doing this." said one of the girls
"Shut up or we're going to get caught." shushed one of the males.
"Caught? In the middle of the forest? At this hour? And by who?"
"It's just a gut feeling."
"Well your gut is wrong."
There was an awkward silence between the teens again. The only other sound that was heard was the snow crunching beneath their feet and the wind blowing snow in their faces.
The largest of the six of the teens carried a large sack. He was dragging it along the ground.
"Be careful with that thing, will ya?" said another one of the male teens, gesturing at the sack.
The larger teen swung the bag over his left shoulder.
"I don't really understand why we had to come out here so late, and in this weather." said the female teen again. "
If we did it during the day then people would notice us."
"What's your explanation for this weather then?"
"Because the lake that we're going to toss her in is frozen over, and very, very cold. Way below freezing."
"If we're going to kill her, then why are we not dragging her?"
"You know what, just be quiet."
She crosses her arms. "Fine, I'll be quiet."
The six teens come across a clearing. A lake that had been frozen over remained in the center. A shack that was falling apart was barely visible on the other side of the lake.
"Alright. This is the lake. Just toss her in and it'll all be over."
The teen carrying the sack walked over to the lake and threw it in. It broke the surface and plunged deep into the dark water.
"And it's done. Let's all go back before we get frostbite."
The teens all hiked back to the town and returned home for the night. Outside of their homes, the wind began to pick up and blow harder and harder. Lightning struck fiercely, as if the forces of nature were judging them, upset with what the teens had done.
So how was the first page in my new story?
Wonderfully 16 on 5/14/2017 12:03:18 PM
Two days ago.
Wonderfully 16 on 5/13/2017 11:50:02 PM
16 years old. It's weird to believe.