Carlyle Winter

Canada

Carlyle Winter (Canada)() reviewed:

Whispers in the Wind

PROMPT: Novel Writing Competition 2019

I understand that you are trying to convey the emotion of heart break, but you need to make the reader feel the need to have sympathy to them. Try and focus on one or 2 characters and force us to...

about 1 month ago

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Carlyle Winter (Canada)() published:

The Life of Willow

PROMPT: Novel Writing Competition 2019

    I watched the first crystal, gracefully fall, barely missing me. A light breeze gently guided down the others from the pewter cumulus. Evergreen needles littered the frigid ground, blanketed by the snowfall. Ice began to form on my skin. I watched the infinite continuity of the babbling brook. We fighting the conditions for survival, side by side, next to where I live in the valley. A battle my brother had lost, leaving me alone, in the beautiful perfect middle of...

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Carlyle Winter (Canada)() reviewed:

Once He Laughed With Me

PROMPT: Tiny Love Story

I encourage you to continue writing the rest of this story.

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Carlyle Winter (Canada)() published:

The Dock

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“Goodmorning”
“But it’s the afternoon”
“........... but it’s still morning somewhere”

October 7th, I think.
    She came up to me first. No doubt about that. She was undoubtedly adorable in her puffy coat and the clumsy umbrella.
“ It is  morning somewhere”
For the first time in a while, I smiled.
    
Down at the pier, where my wife and I would take our son ‘fishing for sharks’.
“Dad! Dad! I got one!”
“You did? Nice job!”
I...
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Carlyle Winter (Canada)() published:

The one that doesn't exist

PROMPT: Tiny Love Story

    She looked right through him painfully in complete disappointment.

He stared back in horror from the center of the barren room.

    Silence blanketed the room, for the was nothing that needed to be explained.

He reached out a gentle hand. From her eye shed a tear as she turned away from him. He went to caress her but his arms slipped through. She burst crying.

    “GO!” she screamed, displaying a cross, pushing him back.

“Maria?”

“I’m so sorry Enrique,”

“No,...

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11 months ago

Carlyle Winter (Canada)() reviewed:

The King of Sorrows

PROMPT: Novel Writing Competition 2018

To really sell the emotion and contrast and literary stuff, try and make the prince character a bit more relatable to your main character, like change the no-parties-problem to a problem your main character would realistically care about/have.

about 1 year ago

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Carlyle Winter (Canada)() reviewed:

Silhouette

PROMPT: Novel Writing Competition 2018

I love the title, however do not actually see how it fits in the story 100%

about 1 year ago