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Imaginary wandering word weaver. If that is what people think when my time on this plane is done I will have done a 'fine' job on earth. Short stories are my current comfort zone, one day I'll grow a little and break...
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Imaginary wandering word weaver. If that is what people think when my time on this plane is done I will have done a 'fine' job on earth. Short stories are my current comfort zone, one day I'll grow a little and break out of that. I have dabbled in poetry before. Part of the reason I write though, is so that I do not have to tell stories about myself so that's it for now. May all you need to know be found in the fabric of my tales.
Reviews by mwiings 32
A review of Thy Will Be Doneby mwiings on 02/22/2013When I first started reading this I was a little thrown by the voice and I even pulled out my pen to start making corrections and page one and two suffered however, once I reached page three I "got it" and there isnt a mark after "when?" and I must say I am a fan and it ended too early. This was very well executed and the only correction I feel you should make is on page two... read
A review of The Cascade ( Revised )by mwiings on 02/21/2013This story was brief and had punch. An enjoyable read overall. I did pause on the first sentence over the use of the word “stood” in that context but I believe it makes the scene more “statuesque” and on my second read it fit a lot better and I wasn’t jarred out of the scene. I do think that Foster would have been better served with more description on him as a person and... read
A review of Das Leben Diebby mwiings on 12/11/2011I simply love this story. I am a fan of faery tales and this is a wonderful way of weaving it into a modern “story” without losing its tale-like quality. As I love it so much there are only 2 things I can think of to improve it. Your imagery is very strong and there was only one scene that didn’t work for me: in the beginning when Bill strokes his wife’s tummy she hums to... read