This is such a sad story. :(
My only suggestion is to bookmark www.grammarcheck.net. The diary. entry reminded me of a song that James Barbour sang in "Dracula, The Musical" called "The Longer I Live." Donna reminded me of the Sargent Hulka from the movie "Stripes!" The part where the man went through the exercises reminded me of the song "Impossible Dream," which is another song from James Barbour's CD "Bring Me Giants!" :)Read the story now
I fell in love with the picture you chose the first time I saw it! Keep up the creativity! Reading about what happened to the guy at the start of the story broke my heart! It was not fair! It was exciting to read the other version of the English grammar! I learned about it from watching TV! I especially enjoyed the part about the Neil Diamond impression.Read the story now
My only suggestion on the grammar is to use www.grammarcheck.net. I have it bookmarked on Google Chrome. I see myself in the determination in this beautiful story! I have Cerebral Palsy, and I have dreams that I have been working hard for, too! The humor made me laugh!Read the story now
You should make this into a movie!
This story reminds me of the song "If I Die" from Dennis DeYoung's musical adaptation of "The Hunchback of Notre Dame" by Victor Hugo! My heart goes out to the main character. I have struggled with nightmares that I have not been able to wake up from right away.Read the story now
Tragic and beautiful! :)
Reading about the death of Liz reminded me of a song that James Barbour sang in the Broadway musical "Dracula" called "The Longer I Live." It especially reminded me of hearing him talk about losing both of his own parents to the same disease. Thanks for giving this story a happy ending after all the tragedy that happened in this story! My only suggestion would be to try to use more punctuation.Read the story now
You are a true artist! This story reminds me of the two movies "The Neverending Story" and "Enough!" It also reminds me of the song "You're Not From Here" by Lara Fabian! It even reminds me of Dennis DeYoung's musical adaptation of Victor Hugo's "The Hunchback of Notre Dame!" I see the empowerment of a woman here! :)Read the story now
This story is both intense and beautiful! Keep up the great work! It touched the center of my emotions!Read the story now
This should made into be a movie!
I fell in love with the picture you chose for your book the first time I saw it! You are a true artist! I live in a nursing home. Your story took me to place I could only dream of going! Keep up the great work! :)Read the story now