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|It is a very well written story , it make me excited just thinking of it|
|A Favour for a Neighbour|
|This beginning of a story was a pleasant departure from the usual TG fare. The writing was very tight also. I found the bodily reactions of the new female vampire, as she drained the blood from a male victim, to be particularly erotic. It was more erotic than just a straight sexual encounter. I look forward to further portions of this work with . . . well . . . bloodlust!|
|Transvamporia One: The Awakening|
|Wonderful! This is by far the best story I have read so far on the Fictionmania site. I found it extremely sexy and very believeable. Good plot, good character development, fantastic sex!!!! Loved the scene where Mom is helping Stepdad violate the son/converted dauther to sex. Marvelous story. Jenny, please keep it up. You are an artist!|
|A situation designed to perplexA adult with a teen just for sexWith utmost easeAuntie lives 'tween her kneesNow we know why she is a wife type "ex"|
|This was a good story, and I enjoyed it, but it could have been a great story if you'd spent more time editing it. Editing is a huge drag, but really worth it to push a decent start into an excellent finished product. Tighten up some of the words, go over some of the awkward phrases, etc.; you tend to find tons of ways you can improve what you've written, etc.I don't mean to be negative; I wanted to leave a message because I really did enjoy the story, but the whole time I was reading, it just felt like a first draft rather than a final one. As an example, the second and third paragraphs seem to jump around a bit. Paragraph two is basically trying to explain about the father's visit, while paragraph three is about why he's lost in Cincinnati, but there are bits from both thoughts in both paragraphs; it flows better when you separate them, like this:"My father had just visited me at my home in Dayton for the weekend. I was single and lived by myself, so it was nice to have some company for a change. Originally, we had planned for me to fly out to Texas to visit him, but I'd been unable to get off of work on short notice. Unfortunately, for some reason my father refused to fly and always took the train, which made things more difficult. So while there was an airport relatively close to my house in an area I knew fairly well, I'd had to drop him off in Cincinnati and was hopelessly lost at night in an unfamiliar town."By doing this, you can also condense some things that overlap and say pretty much the same thing with fewer words, which is generally a good thing. The only things that are missing are the idea that his job is demanding and that he's unfamiliar with Cincinnati, which you can assume from the context. Basically, if you go through the novel and just look for ways to say what you've already said better, you can really improve things. You basically end up writing the story two or more times, and you get the best parts of each time you "wrote it" without actually having to type out the entire thing multiple times. Just a little advice. I apologize if it sounds like I'm going all negative, but basically, I liked your story enough to try and offer a few pointers for how you could make your future stories even better. Thanks for writing what you did!|
|One Born Every Century|
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