RJ_Urquhart's Compliments

Compliments:  22

Last Compliment: 10/17/2016

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Submission Reviews

  • Lefu
    Anthony, I'm going to go through this quite brutally because you've improved you ...
  • This Christmas
    It’s really good to see you handling more complex themes, Anthony, as in the ang ...
  • A Beautiful Picnic
    As I read this, the main character has launched a psychotic attack on a little g ...
  • The Party
    The greatest literary talents within 200 petabytes and nobody knows what a vigne ...
  • Blue
    Very sad tale and an interesting view of how time is experienced.  In addition t ...
  • Oh, Shooter...
    That's a nice (and retributive, I guess) difference between the first and least ...
  • Rough Justice
    This is well-written, but it depends entirely on the reader not guessing that he ...
  • Query Letter
    Anthony, a query letter is a sales pitch. It won't help you write the book. A sy ...
  • Bad News
    It was intriguing but I'm not sure I understand the ending. You transition vry r ...
  • I will forever regret
    The challenge asks for a story in which a stopped clock is an essential element. ...
  • The Colour of Happiness
    This is a really powerful exploration of self-harming. Not only is it beautifull ...
  • Lydia Moss and the League of Shadows
    Damn! Those kids did a lot of damage to priceless exhibits. This is a real surpr ...
  • Salvage! Chapter Three
    Sorry Ernest, I missed your response to Duncan. In answer to your question, I th ...
  • Salvage! Chapter Three
    I agree with Duncan. This is smoothly written but the only association with Gog ...
  • Mandy's Home time ( why it matters.) Revised cheers
    A sad tale, though of course we know the ending from the beginning.  The formatt ...
  • The Uprising
    The Handmaiden's Tale meets Taylorism! Dark, angry and powerful. You certainly m ...
  • Stripped Vanity
    Some hints  There was this instinctive feeling in my guts telling me something w ...
  • Chapter One
    General: 4,500 words is long for a chapter You might want to think about splitti ...
  • Chapter Zero
    General: I agree with a number of the previous comments about grammar, sentence ...
  • The Price
    I liked this. It was smoothly and confidently written. The hook in the first sen ...
  • From the Ashes (revised - slightly)
    Like Duncan I can sense the authenticity of this. But to me this feels "confessi ...
  • Chapter 1: An Enemy Revealed
    General: It gets you right into the story, and the balance between action and th ...