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Peace Angels by judiverse

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I would really like to see this website come up with and 'up-vote' option. There are too many short poems, some of them mine, that simply aren't meant to illicit long, drawn out explanations as to why the reader/commenter/reviewer thinks it's good. Your poem is nice. I like it. Hopefully, next time I can just up-vote you. The site would get much more involvement, in my opinion. And they needn't give the 3-cent pay out either.
Comment Written by Tuck on 30-Dec-2016
Read and reviewed with blinders on.

Fate Comes Softly by Abby Wilson-hand

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Tears of joy to you and yours. Can anyone NOT feel the agony gone through and the sheer joy and 'coincidence' of what has happened in your life. Rather, all of your lives connected in such a way.
Comment Written by Tuck on 28-Dec-2016

A strange place for a miracle by cupa tea

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Wanted to do a six, but ran out. This is a wonderful story. I would correct a couple of grammatical mistakes. (At least, I think they are.) For example, "A problem. He ask." should be, "A problem? he asked."
The crawdad comparison didn't do much for me, however I understand the analogy regarding a raw, dry throat. I'm sure you could improve upon "ton of sand", too.
But, overall, I liked this very much. Good luck!
Comment Written by Tuck on 04-Dec-2015
Read and reviewed with blinders on.

Fated Choices by wordspinner314

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I can identify with this story. Well, not the 'A's. But the part about being a "goodie-two-shoes". Way back when. Thankfully, nothing like this ever happened. I do wonder whether it could have. Hmmm, yes, it could have. But, no, it didn't. Scary twist because of the reality that it could have.
Well written.
Comment Written by Tuck on 04-Dec-2015
Read and reviewed with blinders on.

senryu (my wife don't talk much) by Cedar

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Yours is 18 syllables. I like it a whole bunch, by golly. I suggest eliminating the word "talk". On first read I was disappointed you din't use "Momma". I just spelled "didn't" a new way. "din't" can therefore count as one syllable instead of two and then you can use "Momma", too.
Good luck
Comment Written by Tuck on 03-Dec-2015
Read and reviewed with blinders on.

Mounting Fear by Curly Girly
Chapter 118 of the book Trapped

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A wonderful, fun read. Now, I just have to find the beginning. Feeling Sylvia is really short on smarts, so I'm kind of interested to see how many pits she's fallen into so far. Looks like the readers are going to be feeling quite intelligent when comparing themselves to Sylvia. Also interested to see how much she learns through the rest of the story...and who is doing the teaching.
Excellent tale.
John
Comment Written by Tuck on 01-Dec-2015

Chapter Veintidos, (22) Part Dos by barbara.wilkey
Chapter 70 of the book Texas Dream Catcher

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Very good, enjoyable read. You have me interested. There are plenty of things going on here. Hope you keep it all straight. That would be the hard part for me, I fear. Now I have to go back. I will try to start at the beginning.
Liking it,
John
Comment Written by Tuck on 01-Dec-2015

The Quest Part Twelve by Ulla
Chapter 12 of the book The Quest

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This is interesting, working my way backwards in your story.
Just a little critique: Did you really say, "I'll help to put something edible together."
Sounds a bit stiff.
This is really easy to read and again really a nice flow to the story. I feel as though I want to read Part 14 now, but ...
So, on back to part 11. Very enjoyable.

John
Comment Written by Tuck on 01-Dec-2015

The Quest Part Thirteen by Ulla
Chapter 13 of the book The Quest

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Well, you have me interested! One reason is that I was adopted as was my older sister. Your story has put thoughts into my head of how I could write about my adoptive parents' story. But back to your story. This was easy to read and has a wonderful flow to it, like floating down a lazy river. I'm interested because I suspect some of the same thoughts may have gone thru my birth-mother's head, too. It sounds like we're near the same age. I'm 64. I am curious about why you decided to contact your birth mother. Was that addressed prior? I've heard women are much more apt than men to search out their birth parents. Anxious to read more and to read previous. Thanks, John
Comment Written by Tuck on 01-Dec-2015

Our Hero by mfowler

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A very lovely memorial. You obviously lost a piece of your heart. My condolences. I hope writing helps you grieve for as long as you need. I hope he was doing what he felt was an important job. Hoping you find peace in your heart. I can't imagine, really.
Comment Written by Tuck on 27-Nov-2015
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