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Message to Readers
So... What did you guys think?
I really like the ambiguity in the primary speaker possibly being an actual monster, or just a person with a very loose moral code, which leaves it more open to development. I think it has the opportunity to become really dark, or still be very light-hearted, esp. with the giggling at the end, so it'll be interesting to see where you take it, if you decide to develop these characters. Despite that, I feel as if you've managed to capture a complete moment in this short text that it would be fine left as is if that's your intention.
-How did Annie and the 'monster' come to meet each other in the first place? Is Annie even AWARE that the speaker is a monster? Why is the monster with Annie, presumably very late at night? There's so much to explore about the background between Annie and the monster.
In direct response to your message, it was momentarily intriguing, but I felt it has the potential to become a lot more if it was developed.