K.Fernandez

Matron, introvert, and would-be poet. If I comment on one of your stories, I will very likely review. I hope someone reciprocates if ever I post one of my own.

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Promising

The story is more concerned over the romance than it is with the plot for my tastes, as I prefer plot-driven stories. I recommend it for women who like idealized homosexual relationships (slash).

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An Amazing Ride

This is a great plot driven adventure. I recommend it for anyone who loves action/adventure science fiction. The description doesn't give it justice.

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A very good sequel

This was a very good sequel! I would love to read the last installment!

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A thoughtful study

This is the story of an elderly lady who reminisces with her grand-niece at the end of her life.
It is set in Michigan, Detroit and the surrounding areas from the early 40’s to the 2010’s.
Despite its simple premise, it was engaging and interesting. I found it hard to put down.
The only thing is the author tends to ramble a bit. For example, the emotional impact of the last chapter is lessened with June’s personal exposition. I skipped over Robert’s religious ramblings.
But overall avoid read. Recommended for women over twenty who want a story with some depth.

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A surprising read

I have to say that this story fooled me. The lack luster prologue and the cover/title made me think it was a sleepy romance fantasy.

It’s not. It’s a sword and sorcery meats manga aesthetics, and it’s pretty good. The main character isn’t even the Pegasus, but his bold young friend who is absolutely confident in his quest.

i recommend this story to anyone who loves classic fantasy and strong protagonists.

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A Good Romantic Drama

This book is a good example of why there should be a historical fiction section in this site.

At any rate, this story is a good romantic melodrama set in the 18th century. It revolves around a young man who becomes the Earl after his father’s death. He is betrothed to the daughter of a Baron, a fate he runs away from due to the danger he believes he will put her trough.

good point - interesting plot and setting
neutral - not enough description
not so good - too much exposition breaks the narrative and makes the chapters too long.

Recommended for women over 18.

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An unpolished diamond

The good - Interesting setting and premise
The bad - a few chapters were too long

- the “voice” of all the characters was the same
- the MC was a little too good for my tastes. He never failed and didn’t make a single mistake.

the neutral-

Outside of a few grammar issues involving tenses, most of the writing issues were stylistic.

A good first effort. The author is clearly talented and imaginative. Recommended for young men. No romance. Good action sequences.

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A Well Intentioned Attempt

First, I want to commend the author for attempting to write a more comprehensive story that isn’t just dialogue with bits of description. I appreciate that because I don’t like this style of writing myself.

The problem is that there are too many grammatical errors, which makes it difficult to follow the story. One of the biggest grammar mistakes are run-on sentences. They are everywhere. Fixing this will go a long way in improving the story.

Also, you use too much direct exposition and not indirect exposition. I do want some natural dialogue between characters. This will help establish their personalities and relationships.

I suggest recruiting a friend to help. Good Luck - EDJ

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A nostalgic adventure

If I were to sum up the story in one word, it would be nostalgic. It harkens back to older fantasy traditions of sword and sorcery, but it is fresh and without cliches. It evoked the fall of the Roman empire without copy and there is little grandstanding or preaching. It personalizes epic events.

The narrative is split into two stories, both connected to each other despite not featuring the same characters.

I thoroughly enjoyed it and I can’t wait for more!

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A Classic Escapists Tale

This is a good YA book for teenage girls. It's the classic escapist tale about an ordinary teen girl who ends up in another world as a secret queen with magical powers.

Althogh entertaining, it bothered me that none of the teenagers were worried about their parents or siblings or the fact that they would never see them again.

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The Tsundere Dragon

A good sequel to the second book so far. Has a few problems with editing but nothing serious.. It keeps all old characters, while keeping the new area, and main characters, in focus. It introduces new magic and magical creatures, which is good. The male love interest is more charming this time because he is a bad boy/tsundere and I have a weakness for them.

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A Futuristic Romp

It's an interesting premise, a well-built world, and a good alternate history. However, it is pornographic. He spends a lot of time describing women's body parts. I suppose it's not a bad thing if that's what you're into, but I couldn't get past it.

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A good ride

A good story for those who like dragons and romance. One doesn't have to read the first book in the series to enjoy it. I liked the protagonist, she was both strong and vulnerable. No one in the ensemble got lost in the narrative.

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So far so good

I've made it to chapter 18, and judging from the overall tone of the story, I feel confident giving it a general review...

Update: I've updated my review after chapter 25. This was a promising story, which went completely off the rails when the author decided to use it as anti-religious propaganda.
If you want to add a pill in the story, slather it with plenty of jam.

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