Okay, now that I've solved most of the technical difficulties with my novels, it's about time I got some feedback.
Feel free to take your pick of the novels displayed on my profile. Do note that they are quite long and may take some time to read. (City of the Doomed should be fixed soon too)
After you have made a commitment to read my piece(s), or have read and/or commented (I won't hold it against you if you don't comment asap, since all of my works are really long), I will do my best to get to reading one of your works and giving you some feedback as well; just leave a reply on this thread.
As a side note, I am not very good with poetry, so don't expect any detailed advice on poetry pieces.
Thank you for your consideration.
So... I take it that people here don't like reading novels?
"novel" is almost like a buzzword on Teenink. Honestly, if I, too, had a lengthy novel, I'd be willing to trade, but since my pieces aren't very long...
But since you seem nice, I'll try to read your novel if I have some spare time. But.....you know, with high school and everything, that's not too often.
On the other hand, would you be willing to have someone read a few CHAPTERS in exchange for a shorter piece? People might be more open to that.
Reading just 1 chapter is fine too, but I don't think it would be enough to judge the entire piece on.
Anyways, thank you for your commitment. I'll get to reading your work soon.
Yeah, I mean, I would probably end up reading the whole novel anyway, just not all at once.
Which one do you want me to read?
I'd prefer if you read Death Pact, but you can take your pick (If you see City of the Doomed, that novel is really, really long, and I'd advise you not to read it unless you have a lot of time).
Hmmm....... Can you read two of my stories for one of your novels? Dark Night II (P One) and A Dark Night II (Part Two)?
Read them both, and left a comment on part 2, since they were very interconnected.
If you want to read my books, I'd recommend staying away from City of the Doomed, since it's hovering around 200 pages right now (or read it if you have time). Any other novel is fair game.