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Jackreese
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Location: Pennsylvania
Gender: Male
Born: 1974
Member: Standard
Joined: June 2010
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I have published three short stories in Dark Gothic Resurrected magazine. Currently working on Secrets of Windwood, the first in a series.
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Jackreese: After many stops and starts and many years later I have finally finished Secrets of Windwood. Thank you all for the support and help along the way.
September 13, 2018 at 10:38PM

Jackreese: When you are reviewing another's work is there anything particular you're looking for? What makes or breaks it for you?
March 9, 2015 at 9:03PM
    nor84: Reviewing is not the same thing as reading for pleasure. When I review, I'm in editing mode. I'll notice the usual spelling, grammar, punctuation problems and try to help. I'll also notice story problems, such as point of view shifts or changes in tense, i.e., writing in past tense, then suddenly changing to present tense. My reason for reviewing is to point out areas that could be stronger, and to help the writer by giving an honest critique.
    March 9, 2015 at 10:19PM
    rosehill (Wendy): With poetry, I first look to see if it adheres to the form it says it is. Then I check the rhythm, deciding if it flows smoothly or reads like a bumpy ride along an ancient cobblestone road. I happen to be a fan of pure rhyme, but I can tolerate slant/near rhymes if they seem the only option (hardly ever). Then I look at content for effective communication of plot - yes, even poems have a tale to tell - ideas and emotion. Lastly, I give all those extra points for tasty phrasing, good use of poetic devices, and how many paths I can wander within the piece. Unless something jumps out at me, I leave the SPAG to those who know it best. Hope that helps. - Wendy
    March 10, 2015 at 9:27AM

Jackreese: Does anyone have a specific time they prefer to write or is it just when the moment strikes?
February 24, 2015 at 6:19PM
    michaelcahill: Late, late evening. Actually early, early morning of the next day. When everyone is asleep and I'm alone.
    February 24, 2015 at 8:03PM
    evilynne: I do not write at any specific time, just when life allows it. But words often come to me around bedtime and find their way on paper the following day.
    February 24, 2015 at 10:34PM
    JanetRussek: When I'm working around the house and an idea flashes to mind I drop everything and head for the computer
    February 28, 2015 at 6:31AM
    sharonmealler: bed time. I can put everything that has happened during the day out of my mind and get lost in my fantasy world
    March 9, 2015 at 8:22PM

Jackreese: Hi everyone, its been a while since I've posted anything. I have had a lot of turmoil going on in my personal life and a broken computer that prevented me from doing much of anything. Now that things seemed to have calmed down, I hope to get some new stuff up soon.
February 14, 2015 at 7:47PM

 
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ACCOMPLISHMENTS
The Gathering Storm Part 2 reached "Recognized" status.
April 14 at 2:08AM
A Woman Scorned Part 2 reached "Recognized" status.
September 30 at 2:08AM
Sins of the Father Part 2 reached "Recognized" status.
August 27 at 10:08AM
A Homecoming Part 2 reached "Recognized" status.
May 26 at 10:08AM
Buried Secrets Part 1 reached "All Time Best" status.
February 19 at 5:25AM
The Eyes of The Beast Part 1 reached "Recognized" status.
October 7 at 10:08AM
Buried Secrets Part 1 reached "Recognized" status.
September 13 at 2:08AM



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