Real of Fantasy?

March 18, 2014
By Melaniepatt97, jackson, New Jersey
Melaniepatt97, Jackson, New Jersey
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Summary:

Its about a girl Shelby who is obsessed with work. She gets dragged out to a party by her friend and when they arrive there her friend ditches here. Alone a mysterious man(Dane) comes and forces here to take a spontaneous side of herself that she didn't know she had. When she wakes up from a nights sleep the man is gone and she wonders if the amazing night and guy she met was real or just a fantasy.


Melanie P.

Real of Fantasy?


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on May. 27 2014 at 11:58 am
TaylorWintry DIAMOND, Carrollton, Texas
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Favorite Quote:
"Never fear shadows. They simply mean there's a light shining somewhere nearby." - Unknown

*the first few sentences ARENT really hooking.

on May. 27 2014 at 11:58 am
TaylorWintry DIAMOND, Carrollton, Texas
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Favorite Quote:
"Never fear shadows. They simply mean there's a light shining somewhere nearby." - Unknown

I'm just gonna tell you in advance; I write my comments live so they are often pretty lengthy. So here we go. The first few sentences are really... Hooking. Make me UNABLE to look away from your story. Also please use the correct punctuation. You might want to develop the Shelby's character a bit more before you launch into the party... I suggest showing more of her work-y side just to better form the character. Also, describe your setting a bit better. I didn't even know she was at work until she said she was going home. I love how you describe hair in bun being "suffocated." That's so accurate! Please watch your grammar inside dialogue... I understand that might not be your first priority, but grammar is never something you leave behind. Never. I wouldn't describe him lifting her up like a rag doll... I get your point but a rag doll seems too sloppy. I really like how you make her relax, then think about work, then relax, and think about work... All back-and-forth. That's realistic. When Heather and Shelby get on the phone call, I can't tell who is talking. You might break up your paragraphs/dialogue more just for the ease of the reader. Confusing ending! I know what happened, but it's confusing. Explain it better; drag it out. And don't end so suddenly. Put a cute little ending on it. Overall, very cool. Work on grammar and overall story structure to improve your writing.




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