Honey is at a crossroads. She hates the way her life has turned out, she hates what she has become. She needs a... more
I've been writing for nearl five years, with minor success. A couple of screenplays and four short films, I'm putting the finishing touches on my first novel and have a collection of short stories. Not bad for a daydreamer. It's my dream...
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I've been writing for nearl five years, with minor success. A couple of screenplays and four short films, I'm putting the finishing touches on my first novel and have a collection of short stories. Not bad for a daydreamer. It's my dream to be able to give up my day job at the Optician's and be a professional writer. Well I can but dream can't I.
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A review of What if You Were the Frankensteinby weeman70 on 07/12/2009There's one massive flaw in this story, Frankenstein was the doctor, not the monster. But if you push this to one side and just read the story in the manner it's intended then it really is very enjoyable. It reads very quick, the dialogue is snappy, but I was a little confused when different characters spoke in the same line. It didn't make me laugh outloud, but it did make... read
A review of Itchyby weeman70 on 07/12/2009This was a story with inteligence, with wit, with power. I loved it. I felt it treated the reader with having the ability to go along with the tale, without blasting them with endless gore, in fact there was a distinct lack of gore, but then isn't that how classic horror works? It leaves just the meerest hint of what could be happening up to your own imagination to figure... read
A review of Blindsideby weeman70 on 07/08/2009I liked the descriptive language used in this piece, I had the images of the characters running in my head, and felt the seedy, grimmyness of the bar. One of the problems though was that there was not enough character explanation, I didn't know who the main character was, what he did, and therefore found it difficult to care anything for him. But the biggest problem was that... read