SparklingEmbers

United States of America

Born an Ember
Growing a Flame
Now a Fire
Love to Write
Dream to Aspire

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SparklingEmbers (United States of America)() reviewed:

Dancing at Skyfall

PROMPT: Novel Writing Competition 2019

This is a really great excerpt, your writing style is very descriptive and you really give the reader a sense of what's going on and what the character is feeling, along with a threat, if she were ever told what...

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SparklingEmbers (United States of America)() published:

The Unnamed

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They are like us.We who are flawed in nature, but kind at heart. They are like us who make history, for better or for worse. They are like us, who judge and conspire. . .but we conspire against each other. They are not like us. 

Look closer and you'll see- if one hasn't yet been banished- they are monsters. One limb is ripped to shreds, and one eye is black as a starless night. Other than that, there is no...

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SparklingEmbers (United States of America)() published:

The Storyteller (Prologue)

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Prologue
The orphanage on Reedsman street was nothing out of the ordinary. Thin slabs of timber wood let the cold in like nothing stopped it, candles flickering scarcely among the many floors, doors creaking open easily, but if you were to take a closer look, you’d see a world with infinite imagination, and never ending stories. 
    The children cherished the orphanage like an actual home, they didn’t care about the amount of food they got or how warm their...
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