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I am announcing that as of today, all of my stories have been transferred to FictionPress.com under the pen name manaphyseaangel101. I will no longer be posting stories on this account due to posting errors and technical difficulties. Thank you for your understanding. I apologize for this inconvenience.
This was a really fun story, and even inspired me to write my own humorous guide-based story. By the way, it`s called 'A Changeling`s Guide to Witch Management.' However, it`s a short story based on my own characters in another book I wrote. I also like how you mentioned Changelings in the book. Overall, it was a very funny and entertaining story, even if all of its informational content is entirely fictional. There also doesn`t seem to be any technical errors that I noticed. Keep up the good work.
Commented on: August 6, 2015
This is a great story so far! It seems quite shoujo-ish, which I love. I have a feeling that the Akura in this story are actually based off of demons, since it sounds much like Akuma, the Japanese word for demon. I`ve also been watching a lot of Black Butler lately. This story brings up some real-world issues such as equality, without making it a political manifesto. I like stories that can pull that off well. Anyway, you got a favorite from me! I will definitely keep reading!
Commented on: August 2, 2015
Wow, I didn` t even notice the Lucas and Serena error thing. I`m glad you pointed it out. Mistakes like that are so embarrassing, but I plan to re-upload an edited version of Rosette Masquerade very soon.
Commented on: June 20, 2015
Great story! I`ve been looking for a UFO story like this, and it didn`t disappoint. It reminded me of all the old alien movies I watched when I was younger. The ending was also quite suprising, as the aliens weren`t what I was expecting. The human-like aliens concept is something I also use a lot in my stories, and although I don`t know if this story might`ve been inspired by that, but it doesn`t really matter. It was also pretty funny!
Commented on: June 4, 2015
Although I am not very interested in werewolves, it`s refreshing to finally see a werewolf story that isn`t a rip-off of Twilight with all the romance and stuff. The ending was also quite interesting, as killing off the main character in the very end isn`t something that happens a lot in most stories, but it`s even cooler because he actually became a werewolf for a while. The writing is great and feels like reading an old-fashioned supernatural story, the only problem for me is that it doesn`t feel like there`s much action, and many of the scenes seem kind of static, but I think maybe that`s just my 15-year old mind talking.
Commented on: June 1, 2015
I can tell you must`ve gotten this out in a hurry, but it`s still a great story nonetheless. It seemed that the story`s big question was whether the kids were human, alien, or from some alternate dimension. It reminds me of older books I read, like War of the Worlds, although not that old-sounding, but both stories do take place in England! For me, the ending was kind of mysterious, and I`m not sure if it could be considered an unhappy ending (as in the writing term,) or maybe just what I like to call a mysterious or abrupt ending. I used this type of ending in my own stories, such as Shiver Star, which was mysterious, and The Sea Angel, which was a little abrupt. Quite a unique and interesting tale!
Commented on: May 19, 2015
This is a great story for your first work. It shows the degradation of society quite well, especially through the main character who must fight to survive. It also vaugely reminds me of my own work, Starlight Rain.
Commented on: May 15, 2015
I enjoyed reading this quite a bit! I do watch a lot of alien documentaries, but I also watch a lot of monster documentaries as well, and this story definitely has that feel. It also gives a funny explanation of what happened to Detroit. Now it all makes sense!
Commented on: May 10, 2015
This is actually quite interesting, although it is short. It also seems to be self-autobiographical, based around the life of the author. It`s like your character is living as a child in his dream, but still has the mind of an adult. It makes me think about what I`ll think of my past years from now.
Commented on: May 7, 2015
This is quite an interesting story. I like how you mentioned things like the Manhattan Project, and all the alternate timeline stuff which can get confusing at times, but I watch a lot of time travel movies. The chapters are also at a nice length and aren`t too long. Keep up the good work!
Commented on: April 26, 2015
Seems great so far! I could`ve swore I saw a Twilight Zone episode similar to this once.
Commented on: April 23, 2015
This book is actually quite interesting! I love all kinds of magical girl stories, like Tokyo Mew Mew, Pretty Cure, Madoka Magica, Sailor Moon, and Winx Club, and I love this one as well. It`s interesting how the theme of the warriors are based around virtues. It reminds me of my own Starlight Rain trilogy, where the magical girl warriors are based around the seasons, elements, and ancient Sumerian deities. Some words are misspelled, but it`s not a big deal.
Commented on: April 23, 2015
Great story! I like how it`s an angel telling the whole story. It reminds me of my own story, Angel Wings, where someone other than a human is telling the story. It`s a nice romance, and it also reminds me a bit of Koi Cupid, a manga I once read.
Commented on: April 20, 2015