Comments For Critter Deep Level Analysis Pt II by Jay Squires

Always enjoy Jay's work.

Your essay on Munro's choice for the point of view was the most important factor. Much like Scout in "To Kill a Mockingbird", the narrator is the difference between Pulitzer and obscurity.


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Nobody writes 'mokes' like this guy.


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I found this story to be riviting


Comments For An Innocent Question by giraffmang

This one gave me goosebumps when I read it. Amazing writing.


Comments For Pictures of My Life by Phyllis Stewart

Very interesting and suspenseful. l.

Well done Phyllis. You keep going my friend! xx


Comments For When the Wurm Walked part three by F. Wehr3

Excellent character development


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