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Miheal Larson 3rd's Bio

I am 18, and I live in a small town in Michigan, USA. I've written several short stories and poems, a few of which I've published in papers and such, but mostly my skills have developed to help me become what I would like to be, and that is a novelist. I am currently working on publishing A Cold Day in Hell, which you will not find here, and am awaiting reply from my editor. In the meantime, I am re-writing a short novvel, into a longer work of fiction, and it is titled The House Next Door. It is a few genres, mostly paranormal mystery, but a bit of everything. That said, you can find me here, or on facebook.com at:

https://www.facebook.com/micheal.larson.963

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  • Day of Fire

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    Oooo! Cool. Really like the idea there, the way it flows is really nice, its perfect. Not too fast, not too slow. Love it! Sharing with som friends!!

    Reviewed on: November 2, 2014

  • ----

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    For a first short story, this is actually quite good. A further looking at it in my free time might make it sound better to me,( its late and dark). I think I noticed some issues with tenses/pros, but as stated, I'd have to look at it again great story though, I'm going to share it with some friends.

    Reviewed on: November 2, 2014

  • The Blinding Light

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    Oops. I addd a chapter comment by accident. So, in hopes of not just writing, I've been reading latley, and I must say, this is a good short story. I loved the ending. It took it from a depressingly sad topic, and suddenly made it okay in the last few words, the fact that she dies, is justified by the fact that she is with her family when she does. Overall, nothing bad to say, no errors to report, plot line is solid, I really liked this short story. I'm adding it to my favorites, and if you don't mind, I'm going to mention it in a youtube video. I've been doing narrated poetry online, and I'm going to stat mentioning poems/stories by other authors that I think readers of my work might enjoy. If this is not okay, I won't mention it, just let me know if not.

    Reviewed on: October 29, 2014

  • Quinn's Duty

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    Okay, I'm liking this so far. It seems 'manly' enough, and it's not quite difficult to write in the feel of the opposite sex. I've written several stories at a young age and current, that take place from a female POV It's more or less the was the character thinks, men tend to make more rash decisions, and believe things way off a scale. Women tend to be a bit ore logical and slow down to think things over. In my character Christines case, she dosen't believe that she can see the dead, even after proof of it. P.s I found the rating button!

    Reviewed on: December 9, 2013

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  • One day, you know?

    I must say, what an interesting way to personify it. I love the ending, by the way. There are a few spots where I would use a period, instead of an exclamation point, but overall, I like this story, it encompasses what it is like to be someone with anxiety, in a form of personification that I have yet to encounter again. Love the timeline as well, slow and gradual at first, but then the events and things he see's are more rapid, and escalate in intensity.

     

    Really liked this, adding to my list,

     

    ML~

    Commented on: November 13, 2014

  • The Skeleton Hand

    Thank you for reading! I'm going to PM you!

    Commented on: November 12, 2014

  • Black Allure:The Beginning

    Wellllll....Few errors that I could see. Grammar mostly, punctuation a little. Overall, I'm not a huge SciFi/Fantasy fan, but this wasn't too bad. I'm a writer myself, but if I have more time, I will try  to read on.

    Commented on: October 31, 2014

  • The Blinding Light

    So, in hopes of not just writing, I've been reading latley, and I must say, this is a good short story. I loved the ending. It took it from a depressingly sad topic, and suddenly made it okay in the last few words, the fact that she dies, is justified by the fact that she is with her family when she does. 

    Overall, nothing bad to say, no errors to report, plot line is solid, I really liked this short story. I'm adding it to my favorites, and if you don't mind, I'm going to mention it in a youtube video. I've been doing narrated poetry online, and I'm going to stat mentioning poems/stories by other authors that I think readers of my work might enjoy. If this is not okay, I won't mention it, just let me know if not.

     

    ML~

     

    Commented on: October 29, 2014

  • Step. Step. Step.

    Thanks! I might just do that. I've been wanting to team up with a friend of mine for some time...

    Commented on: January 5, 2014

  • Step. Step. Step.

    Thank you! I'm glad you thought so. O don't normally white poetry, so when I do, it's normally love poems and heartbreak this and that.

    Commented on: January 5, 2014