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THE TURN

Although I like the plot of the story so far, there are a few mistakes. Like the punctuation, for example. I think it would be better if there was quotation marks to point out the dialogue, and italics to point out the character's thoughts. Writing is hard work, and nobody is perfect when it comes to grammar, as there are a bunch of ways to write a story to make it unique. I feel like some paragraphs are really long, and for me it is harder to focus and understand the reading. Usually I think it would be better that each time you start a dialogue, to make a new paragraph for it.

For example:

"Hey, Emma," I turned to look at West, his smile waking up the butterflies in my stomach, "How are you doing?"

"I'm good, West," I cleared my throat, feeling it clog up, "And you?"

"Nothing much, just missing you, is all." He averted his eyes, just as I saw the barest hint of a blush. He started fidgeting with his ID, never letting go of it. (keep explaining)

Nevertheless I really enjoyed reading it. I would definitely recommend it!

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Released

Although the story wasn't my type, I definitely enjoyed the way the author painted the scenes in my head. I would've enjoyed the first chapter to be split of into more chapters, to give off a better visual, but I still enjoyed it. It is very detailed, and I loved the way the reader had a clear vision of the main character's thoughts and feelings.

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How To Rob A Bad Guy

Okay, let me start by the summary. It is BOMB! After I finished reading it, it made me widen my eyes a little, and scroll down. I appreciate the 'Warning', before starting the story. Wish I could've done that before starting it. (let's just say I kinda triggered someone's panic attacks) The tittle of the first chapter made me giggle "The End". - Let me stop being silly and get serious. I love how detailed the writing is. It made me picture everything in my head perfectly. I liked how you shaped your dialogue. (I don't know why, but I'm kind of stern with that) Every time a different character spoke, you made a new paragraph. I really appreciate the neatness. Keep up the amazing work!

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Remembering Annie

Let me just start by the tittle.... I like it very much because it ACTUALLY matches with the plot of the story, and one conflict - her trying to remember her past self. The summary drew me in to immediately start reading the first chapter. (in between you and me, I don't think I read it all..) I love the characters, and the scenes as they play out. There are very few grammar mistakes, but that doesn't compare overall. The plot had some good twists and turns. There are no boring moments, and the words just flow. It quickly introduces you to a world filled with vampires, werewolves, and fairies. This is definitely a must read!
[SPOILER: Alpha Isaac is my favorite so far. I really like how he puts Annie's needs before his own, including her happiness.]

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Who is Lucy?

First and foremost, the summary really drew me in. I'm enjoying the plot, although sometime I do feel upset at the challenges that the MC has to go through. This is my first time reading a story involving transgender characters and I didn't know I was going to enjoy it this much! I love the author's writing style, and grammar. It makes the story easier to understand if the writer knows what they are doing, and how they're doing it.

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Preserved In Ink

I think this was so far a really good book. The plot is good and the story overall is great. I enjoyed the writing style along with the small humor here and there. Keep up the awesome work!!!

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