Isabel Fain

United States

Isabel Fain is an aspiring author currently located in Florida. She is majoring in Psychology but her lifelong dream is to have a published book of her own.

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Isabel Fain (United States) published:

Home

PROMPT: Star Wish

I'm not home. Or at least I don't feel home. 

Itchy grass scratches the back of my shirt as I lay in the large field that is home to my body almost every evening. A cool January breeze makes me shiver uncontrollably, but I don't care. I love it out here too much. My legs fold on top of each other as my eyes caress the stars above me. Ever since I was little, I always felt different. Like I...

over 1 year ago

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over 1 year ago

Isabel Fain (United States) published:

Molly Says Yes

PROMPT: Writing for Children Competition 2020

Molly loves the Earth. The bright blue oceans, the green grass, and the beautiful sky. One day, Molly wakes up with a question on her mind. She asks her mother as she gets ready for school, "Momma, how can I keep the Earth happy?" 

"Hmmm," her mother thinks. "Can you turn the sink off while you brush your teeth? We don't want to waste water!" her mother says.

"Yes!" says Molly. She turns the water off and finishes getting ready. 




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Seeking Peer Reviews

over 1 year ago

Isabel Fain (United States) reviewed:

I will never cut my hair!

PROMPT: Writing for Children Competition 2020

I like the uniqueness of the names, but they may be hard to pronounce for children reading this. Make them easier to pronounce but still fun and diverse. Also, don't forget to watch your grammar in some places.

over 1 year ago

Isabel Fain (United States) reviewed:

Made of letters

PROMPT: Writing for Children Competition 2020

I found it slightly unbelievable that the two people became family to each other so quickly. I understand that it was more of a friendship rather than a biological relationship, but maybe you could break up the letters to allow...

over 1 year ago

Isabel Fain (United States) reviewed:

Pickleberry Blackbon and the Forest Adventure

PROMPT: Writing for Children Competition 2020

I think I would change how the parents react to Pickleberry. When they're walking through the forest, instead of shushing him, maybe make the parent's dialogue more caring but also comfortable rather than neglectful and ditzy. Also, I think they...

over 1 year ago