gulfcoastomega 

member since 04/18/2010 | last login 05/11/2013

Descartes walks into a bar. The bartender asks, ‘Can I get you a drink?’ Descartes replies, ‘I think not’…and disappears....

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Descartes walks into a bar. The bartender asks, ‘Can I get you a drink?’ Descartes replies, ‘I think not’…and disappears.

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Reviews by gulfcoastomega 83

  • by gulfcoastomega on 04/23/2013
    This was a very interesting story. Overview: Simon and his dog live and old man’s reclusive life. He suffers pain from a car accident that happened many years ago and his daily activity is painting multiple versions of a World War Two era actress who later appears to him. My thoughts: -Page 5 First hint of conflict -Page 8 The actress appears to Simon in 1800’s era dress... read
  • A review of The Flyover
    by gulfcoastomega on 04/21/2013
    I liked this story. It was written with good flow and description. My thoughts on the piece: Forgive me but as a Yankee my knowledge of British terminology comes from watching 'Are You Being Served?' on PBS. I thought the title 'The Flyover' indicated a story about aircraft, as I was unaware of another meaning. But it turns out the equivalent USA term for ‘flyover’ would be... read
  • A review of Long Time Friends
    by gulfcoastomega on 02/19/2013
    This was an interesting story. It was written with good flow, description and dialogue. My only comments are with regard to the structure. The story centers around two characters Dana and Henry, but since a story would have one main character to serve as a protagonist we have to say that Dana is the main character. Our main character Dana does not encounter the story’s conflict... read
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Comments About gulfcoastomega 26

  • Michael Leath on 04/24/2013

    Posers - really. I've read your stuff. I don't think posers is accurate at all.

    But thanks for the review.
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    M
  • filmfamman on 04/24/2013

    thanks for the review and the suggestions, very much appreciated
  • Michael Leath on 04/10/2013

    Glenn, you are the first person to see the three acts in Missive. I purposely wrote it that way. Very impressed that you caught that. I was afraid after so many reviews I either missed the boat, or it was so subtle it was invisible.

    Great call.

    Thanks for reading it. I appreciate your thoughts.

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    M
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