A story about imperfect, flawed characters and plans for redemption that go wrong
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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A review of Gin, With a Twistby gulfcoastomega on 04/24/2013Bartender Bender tells us of a crime plan gone wrong starring Kitt and Della May. My only comments are with regard to Point Of View structure and main character. POV: Page 1-4 POV is first person Page 4-6 POV switches to third person Page 6-7 POV switches back to first person Page 7-9 POV switches to third person Page 9-10 POV switches back to first person... read
A review of The Old Man's Paintingby gulfcoastomega on 04/23/2013This 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 Flyoverby gulfcoastomega on 04/21/2013I 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