Preserved in Ink
Immediately, the first chapter hooked me in, tying nicely to the title of the story, and had enough hidden themes to make me want to keep on reading. The main character was definitely interesting, and you introduced her character nicely while bringing in more aspects of her at a gradual – but not slow – pace. There are a few aspects that I'm still curious about, and can't wait for an update so I can find out more – like what those 'voices' mean and why they seem to plague her.
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The pace of your story also took place perfectly, and while there were some chapters that would seem a bit redundant at times, it all tied with the main plot like sidebars. You pace out your suspense and aspects of the story nicely, making readers eager for the next chapter and to find out more about her letter writing and why she wants to write the letter.
I especially liked the dynamic between your characters, such as between the main character and her best friends. It added the right amount of comedy without being too hilarious, and it was evident that the main character was one who cherished her friends. Her dynamic with Aniike was also very interesting, as he was the person the letter was for. Again, there are still mysteries regarding this, such as why she was writing the letter, and if it was for romantic reasons. Your punctuation, grammar, and writing style also all added to the overall flow of the story, and made it an easier, but also more interesting, read.
Improvement-wise, I'd say that there were some times you spelled Aniike's name differently. In some chapters, he was 'Anike,' and in others, he was 'Aniike.' While you're grammar and punctuation were great, there were some, not too serious, mishaps. The biggest one would be you switching up your tenses at times, alternating from present tense to past tense. Lastly, when writing in numbers, you put them down in numerical value (e.g, 3). In writing, you have to stick to the numbers written in word format, such as 'three' instead of '3.' If the number is really big, or you want a dramatic effect, then this rule doesn't apply.
But great job overall and I look forward to the updates!